Kim Hogan

Kim is an accomplished artist in many mediums. She is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Her vibrant watercolor paintings of children make her an appealing choice for portraiture. She is also a Muralist and Mosaic Artist. Her murals can be seen in several locations in Downtown Easton including the Crayola Factory store, North Bank Street, Cherubina Ristorante, The Easton Pez dispenser museum, The Weller Center for
Health Education, and The Anatomy Academy, and a faux reflection of the National Building on Northampton Street.
In addition to the murals in the downtown area many businesses and private residences have commissioned Kim to paint murals. She has also participated in several group murals, which include public school installations done in mosaic, headed up by Tomas Wolff, and a community mural to promote building community in the downtown Easton area. She won the prestigious Northampton County 250th Anniversary art contest for her 4'X4' mosaic entry entitled "Northampton County, our place in the world". Her winning piece is on display in the lobby of the Northampton county courthouse. She now partners with several other professional artists for larger projects. Donna Thatcher, Jenny Legget, and Janet Hodick have all collaborated with Kim. Some of the above murals were done primarily with Donna Thatcher. Together they also restored two painted ceilings in an historic building located at 64 N 4th Street.