“Hiding in Plain Sight” by Kim Peterson, opening at Global Fayre on October 1st, 2010

September 11, 2010 at 15:17 2 comments

Kim Peterson stays busy creating art and chasing her two young daughters with her husband. She likes to think of herself as an eclectic being, so she also spends her time obsessing over music, reading, being passionate about politics, and writing freelance articles for the Ozarks Moms Like Me Magazine. Kim grew up in Tacoma, Wa but has lived in Upstate New York, Wyoming and eventually landed in in the Ozarks three years ago. She now calls Springfield home.

"She's out on a Whim"

"She's out on a Whim"

Kim says she “likes the idea of playing with the things that people do, what they think and dream. The unmentionable acts hidden by the subconscious or a spy like quickness. People are afraid to let others know who they really are. Hiding in plain sight is what we, as people, do everyday.” The pieces being viewed will be her interpretation of this concept.

This is Kim’s debut showing at Global Fayre and First Friday Art Walk. To see more of her work, you can visit “Kim’s Eclectic” on facebook.

Find out what else is happening on First Friday here.

Check out the latest with Global Fayre here.

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Entry filed under: Downtown, downtown Springfield, Exhibitions, First Friday Art Walk. Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , .

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  • 1. Sony Hocklander  |  September 11, 2010 at 17:39

    Kim is awesome and a wonderful artist. She’s one of the most creative women I’ve ever met. I’m honored to have her part of my life and active on our MomsLikeMe team.
    – Sony

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  • 2. globalfayre  |  September 11, 2010 at 18:14

    Sony – thanks for your comments!
    We’re excited to be showing Kim’s work here; as well as First Friday she will join us for Center City Saturday on October 16th when we’ll have kids activities and story times throughout the afternoon.

    Reply

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