Kim Putnam is a contemporary artist and adjunct professor at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. She considers herself a “media inclusive artist,” meaning she works in a variety of media depending on the concept. Through her art, Putnam seeks to inspire conversation, communicate, and explore current topics relating to identity and gender in our culture, including objectification, the male gaze, gender biases, and voice as agency. Putnam is represented by Spark Gallery in Denver, and she is a member of the international art collective ArtNauts. She earned her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and her MA in Art History from Ohio State University.
Image: Kim Putnam, Blue Throne (detail), 2017, wooden chair and ceramic vase. Courtesy of Ketty G. Devieux.
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