Kim Ezra Shienbaum

Kim Ezra Shienbaum spent most of her childhood in London, England obtaining a B.A from the University of Leeds, a Masters from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D from New York University.

Although she won an award in a children’s art competition at the Royal Drawing Society, her adult career in the United States has been spent as an academic who has authored five books in political science.

She returns to the art world as a folk artist specializing in digital mixed media prints with a focus on pastoral landscapes with a new interest in organic abstracts. Her artwork, digitally altered photography, has begun to attract interest from local and national galleries. In 2013 she exhibited at several local art galleries including the Hidden Summer Gallery in Forest City , PA; the New Visions Gallery in Scranton; The Chamber Art Gallery in Carbondale, PA; the BNB gallery in Clarks Summit, PA and at the AFA Gallery in Scranton.

Her work has been featured online at the Artist Registry at Nurture Art Gallery in New York City and she had an online exhibit at the London gallery of saatchionline.com. At galleryque.com she has donated art prints to local fundraisers and in June 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 her works were successfully auctioned by the Montrose Restoration Committee.

In May 2013 Kim Shienbaum was admitted to the historic Plastic Club in Philadelphia as a non-resident member. In 2014 she exhibited there several times and, in July 2014, her work was selected for a special exhibit at the Bob Jackson Gallery housed at the Club. In May 2015 she exhibited at the Members’ Gold Medal Show and her work, ‘Pink Lilacs Hiding Brown Shed,’ was subsequently chosen to be part of a Special Exhibit at a bank on Market Street in Philadelphia from August to September 2015. In September 2015 she traveled to Auvers Sur Oise in France, where Van Gogh spent his last days and took many photos to turn into art.

During Columbus Day Weekend 2015, she exhibited her art as part of the Susquehanna County-wide Artists’ Tour. In 2016 and 2017 Kim exhibited at the Butternut Gallery in Montrose, PA ( selling her work each time). In 2016, 2017 and 2018 she also exhibited at the Plastic Club in Philadelphia, PA. In May 2019, her work, VANCOUVER ALLIUM was awarded the Eric Proter Prize for Excellence in Photography at the Members’ Exhibit, The Plastic Club, Philadelphia, PA

Kim Ezra Shienbaum

Kim Ezra Shienbaum spent most of her childhood in London, England obtaining a B.A from the University of Leeds, a Masters from the London School of Economics and a Ph.D from New York University.

Although she won an award in a children’s art competition at the Royal Drawing Society, her adult career in the United States has been spent as an academic who has authored five books in political science.

She returns to the art world as a folk artist specializing in digital mixed media prints with a focus on pastoral landscapes with a new interest in organic abstracts. Her artwork, digitally altered photography, has begun to attract interest from local and national galleries. In 2013 she exhibited at several local art galleries including the Hidden Summer Gallery in Forest City , PA; the New Visions Gallery in Scranton; The Chamber Art Gallery in Carbondale, PA; the BNB gallery in Clarks Summit, PA and at the AFA Gallery in Scranton.

Her work has been featured online at the Artist Registry at Nurture Art Gallery in New York City and she had an online exhibit at the London gallery of saatchionline.com. At galleryque.com she has donated art prints to local fundraisers and in June 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 her works were successfully auctioned by the Montrose Restoration Committee.

In May 2013 Kim Shienbaum was admitted to the historic Plastic Club in Philadelphia as a non-resident member. In 2014 she exhibited there several times and, in July 2014, her work was selected for a special exhibit at the Bob Jackson Gallery housed at the Club. In May 2015 she exhibited at the Members’ Gold Medal Show and her work, ‘Pink Lilacs Hiding Brown Shed,’ was subsequently chosen to be part of a Special Exhibit at a bank on Market Street in Philadelphia from August to September 2015. In September 2015 she traveled to Auvers Sur Oise in France, where Van Gogh spent his last days and took many photos to turn into art.

During Columbus Day Weekend 2015, she exhibited her art as part of the Susquehanna County-wide Artists’ Tour. In 2016 and 2017 Kim exhibited at the Butternut Gallery in Montrose, PA ( selling her work each time). In 2016, 2017 and 2018 she also exhibited at the Plastic Club in Philadelphia, PA. In May 2019, her work, VANCOUVER ALLIUM was awarded the Eric Proter Prize for Excellence in Photography at the Members’ Exhibit, The Plastic Club, Philadelphia, PA