Kim Bishop

Kim Bishop is a nationally exhibited artist who has been working from her San Antonio, Texas, based studio for the past fifteen years. Bishop holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Arts in Education from Texas State University. Her work is part of many private collections as well as the collections of the University of Texas San Antonio, Texas A&M Kingsville, the San Antonio Public Library and the Pearl Brewery. Her work can also be seen on the streets of San Antonio at several bus stops, as murals in the neighborhoods and across Texas in the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau billboards. Bishop is a co-founder of A3, a pop-up industrial street press, 3rd Space Art Gallery and is a mentor for the New York Foundation for the Arts Immigrant Artist program. She works closely with local arts organizations Spare Parts, Blue Star Contemporary and public school arts programs with over 30 years of arts education experience. Currently, shethe Teen Programs Coordinator for the Southwest School of Art and just received her Master of Fine Arts from UTSA in Contemporary Drawing and Painting as of May, 2022. Her mission is to create and participate in art opportunities for a healthier world.

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  • A3 Street Press permenat Installation at the Oxbow Tower, 2020

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