About the Artist

Kim Phillips Hebrica Judaic ArtKim Phillips had a 35-year career in sales and marketing. In 2005, she was certified in pararabbinics at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati and studied at Pardes Institute in Jerusalem. There, she found the creative spark for Hebrica, her Jewish paper cut art. These days, she is a full-time artist at her studio, Tiny Creative House, in St. Louis.

All my life, I have done some form of art... designing typefaces, calligraphy, portraits in graphite, and pen-and-ink drawings of historic homes. My artwork was always in black and white, until I converted to Judaism in 2001. Suddenly, I began to see in color, and a whole new world of imagery and ideas came together in my head. And it was in Israel that I began to find myself as an artist.

For almost 20 years, my main creative output has been paper cut art, both Judaica and other subjects. But I am drawn to other media as well -- painting, mosaics, collage. So, I invite you to explore my website and see if any of the art speaks to you.

As much as creating artwork, I enjoy teaching others so they may find their own artistic expression. If you would be interested in an art workshop for your group, or an artist-in-residence-program, let me know.


Kim is a member of the St. Louis Artists Guild.

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