Title: Two Koi
Size: Aprox. 2′ x 3′
Media: Spray paint on 1/4 thick wood. Suitable for framing.
Price: $40 – Buy directly from the artist 

An active, and extremely talented member of Brooklyn Art Project member, Kim McCarthy (AKA Urban Soule) has recently uploaded several more paintings to peruse. Many of her of which are available on her website for purchase.
Definitely a smart investment as far as we’re concerned.


Kim McCarthy (Soule5675)
    32, Female
    United States



Which of the following best describe you?
    Illustrator, Painter, Photographer

What city are you in?

What country?

How often are you the first among your friends to try something new?
    Very often

Would you be interested in re-mixing your art with other artists?

What do you want people to know about you?
    Kim McCarthy aka SOULE was born and raised in Washington State. Growing up in the sticks and later living in the city she developed a taste for urban street art such as wheat pasted posters and flyer’s, stickers, stencils, murals and spray painted graffiti. Meeting new friends and seeing many bands, the "underground" and "outsider" art became part of her life. Having her first solo art show at the age of sixteen gave a new meaning to being an artist, selling almost all her paintings, she realized the potential in becoming a professional artist. Using mainly spray paint, stencils and ink as mediums she would create images on almost any printable surface she could find. Later, learning how to silkscreen her stencils she started making and selling clothing online and at street fairs.

    She moved to the Oregon coast about six years ago and since, Kim has had some great creative forces working with her. She has had numerous solo and group exhibits through out Washington and Oregon. Using the same mediums, having a short attention span, plenty of ideas and learning new techniques,  has created many products such as clothing, housewares, paintings, prints, sculptures and toys. She also writes the Art Gallery reviews for the Astoria Review Magazine, which covers Art and Events around the Pacific Northwest.
    She now lives and creates her work in Seattle.

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