Artist Kim Radochia creation’s capture movement and energy to immerse viewers in the moment. Her intense process of making, exploring materials and connecting to place has led to inventive, vibrant artworks that convey fragility and strength.

 Highlights of Radochia’s career include an invitation from the Cape Ann Museum to create a community sculpture for the opening of their Sculpture Green in 2021, titled Heart in the Haystack. In 2016 she installed A.B., a kinetic stainless steel sculpture based on molecular structures on the grounds of Cell Signaling Technology, a bioscience company in Beverly, MA. Radochia was featured in Art New England magazine in 2011 as one of three sculptors to watch in David Raymond’s article Setting the Pace. In 2010 Radochia won an open competition and was commissioned to create an atrium sculpture at Appleton Mills in Lowell, MA.

Radochia’s exhibitions and installations include an invitation to exhibit at the Huntenkunst International Art Fair in Ulft, ND, Art Miami, Sculpt Miami, the Miami International Art Fair, Miami, FL and Adelphi University’s Sculpture Biennial, Garden City, NY. Recent solo exhibitions include, Shimms at Casco Bay Artisans Gallery, Portland, ME, Less at The Object Center, Boston, MA and Murmurations at the West Branch Gallery in Stowe, VT.

Radochia attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, MA, Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY, and has taught middle school, high school, and lectured throughout the country on creativity, art, and sculpture. Kim’s art is represented by Casco Bay Artisans Gallery, Portland, ME and Matthew Swift Gallery, Gloucester, MA.