Introducing Kimmie Hamm

Introducing Kimmie Hamm, a talented Texas artist described by renowned communications specialist Jayne Lybrand as Art Deco blended with technical fusion.  Songwriter Mickey Newbury once told me he could never recreate, to his complete satisfaction,the sounds he heard in his head.  I was reminded of his words when Kimmie   was explaining how she could never put on canvas or paper the pictures she sees in her mind.   IMG_0011

 Below are some of her paintings, and her thoughts of how they go from mind to canvas, or paper, and even some wearable art in collaboration with Vida.

Fire Cave: Swirls of color meshing in a cyclone of fire inspired by visions of volcanic caves and stalagmites hidden deep in the earth.  Perhaps a secret magical world where color begins…Kimmie

fire cave painting



W 24″ x H 36″

Oil on Canvas


Fire Cave Scarf: sold exclusively at Vida  fire cave scarf

Go Where Music Takes You
Watercolor on canvas
Music can take you to fantastic and fanciful places. This classical guitar is serenading a mermaid and a school of fish under the sea.  I can see in my mind how the sound waves resonate through the water and the mermaid’s hair causing her to stop and be in the moment allowing her mind to imagine many possibilities

Go Where Music Takes YouImagine Scarf


Imagine, a scarf inspired by the painting sold exclusively through Vida




Acrylic on Canvas

Future visions of world conflict and a new world order come to mind. I can feel the approaching army.  Here and there, boots thumping the ground in unison. But not everyone in the city feels the same. Some are proud, some are anguished, some are defiant and some stand in silent disbelief.







Artist Statement

Everywhere you dream to go can become a part of you. 

Everywhere you have been is a part of you. Kimmie

I am an explorer and optimist at heart, so when I set out to create something one word always comes to mind: Possibilities.

Through my art I am able to explore the visions in my mind, everything from a small flower or blade of grass to distant worlds filled with whimsy and thoughts of what if…….?
Kimmie with Vida blouse


My adventurous spirit is firmly anchored in love of home and family, with a deeply rooted love of the beauty and wonderment of nature.
My maternal grandmother told me, “If you have strong roots your spirit can fly anywhere and still return home.” She has left this physical world but her wisdom remains with me and continues to spark and influence my imagination.
Piano at Night Sounds of Light
Piano at Night, Sounds of Light

Perhaps the explorer in me comes from my immigrant ancestry. My great grandfather’s family traveled to America on a steam ship in 1874. I can imagine them traveling for what must have seemed like an eternity.  I try imagine what they might have been thinking.  I often try to express their willingness to embrace the unknown, their anticipation of infinite possibilities in my art…Kimberly Klose Hamm


Absolute Arts

Kimmies collection on Vida.


7 Comments Add yours

  1. restless42 says:

    Well done Kimmie. Many Congratulations on your success and your style. Good luck with all future designs and ventures. xxx

  2. missourichild says:

    Thank you Res, she is very excited.

  3. pam holland says:

    I love this superior introduction…makes my heart happy!!

    1. missourichild says:

      Thank you.

  4. This is an absolutely delightful to Kimmie & her art! It’s charming and beautiful as is her Mother-in-law! I’m looking forward to seeing some of these creations in person! –Sandra Eddy

    1. missourichild says:

      Sandra, thank you for your friendship and encouragement.

  5. My apologies–My above comment should have the word ‘tribute’ after ‘delightful’!

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