Kimberly Mills is a visual artist who works with both traditional and non-traditional materials to create interdisciplinary prints and installations. Inspired by the study of active and relict landforms, she focuses on our relationship with the physical world to better understand what it means to belong. Recently turning to the photographic process, she utilized printmaking as a vehicle to abstract what is ephemeral and document our longstanding fascination with its ever-changing presence. 

Kimberly currently lives and works in Grand Rapids, Michigan, pursuing her B.F.A in Printmaking at Kendall College of Art & Design and works at Grand Rapids Art Museum as the Studio Lead.