"Life's vibrant hues are way too beautiful and precious to be distorted by the smoke of cigarettes."
Kim is known for her black and white paintings of women smoking. Her fascination with smoking comes from a topic she incorporates into her work often; "Why do people do things they know they shouldn't". This fine art print from her original charcoal drawing looks great in a simple black matted frame, and can be hung simply on it's own or with other pieces on a gallery wall.
Available in multiple sizes from 8.5" x 11" - 24" x 36"
Professionally printed at a high quality standard.
Prints from 8.5" x 11" to 11" x 17" will be printed on a matte cardstock.
All prints 18" x 24" and up will be printed on a glossy poster paper.
Smaller prints are sent in a bend-proof mailer, and larger prints will be mailed in a tube.