ArtsEditor: Restore, Reflect, Renew

“Currents, by Kim Radochia, looks like mere wisps of reflected light. Hanging at varying heights, the polished aluminum shapes appear to float away. In the afternoon light, the piece looks like water in old black and white photographs of the surrounding city canals—locked in time but winding through the history of the man-made from past to present…” Read more…


CulturePeel: SoWa First Fridays a Must for Art Loving Bostonians

“Kim Radochia’s Wilma’s Wrath… modern, sculptural and very diverse (in shape, composition and material), it was unlike anything else I saw that night…” Read more…


Christine Holderness, consultant, curator, art critic, fine arts administrator

“Kimberly Radochia is an artist whose passionate engagement with the natural world translates into sculptures, site-specific installations, and intentional landscapes that heighten our awareness of place and the vast realm of possibilities inherent in each and every moment.”