Radochia studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts and Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. Her pronounced athleticism, creativity, and ability to design, draw, and build propelled her into sculpture. She’s developed and combined her interests in sculpture with photography, drawing, architecture, numerics and science. She has been working in New England for over twenty years with working projects abroad in France, Italy, and the Netherlands. Most recently she returned from the American Academy in Rome, Italy.
Recent exhibitions include Murmurations, West Branch Gallery, Stowe, Vermont; What is 3D at Northeastern University, Boston; Sculpt Miami; Huntenkunst International Art Fair, Netherlands; Adelphi University Sculpture Biennial, NY; and Bridging Place, Foundazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, Italy. Recent commissions include Cell Signaling Technology, Beverly, MA; Trinity Financial for Appleton Mills in Lowell, MA; Elliot Hospital, Manchester, NH; and Symphony Builders, Coral Springs, FL. In 2011 she was featured in Art New England as three sculptors to watch in an article titled, Setting the Pace by David Raymond and again in April of 2016 her work was favorably reviewed by Cate McQuaid of the Boston Globe for her solo show titled, Less, at the Object Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Selected Artist Shows:
2019, Casco Bay Artisans Gallery, Shimms, Portland, ME
2019, West Branch Gallery, Joy, Stowe, VT
2018, Mosesian Center for the Arts, You are here, Watertown, MA
2018, West Branch Gallery, Fragile, Stowe, VT
2019-06, Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park and Museum, Hamilton, OH
2019-2010, Harborarts International Exhibition, Boston Harbor Shipyard, East Boston, MA
2019-2007, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Mass Convention Center Authority, Boston, MA
2017, Newport Contemporary Fine Art Gallery, Summer Exhibition, Newport, RI
2016, West Branch Gallery, solo, Murmurations, Stowe, VT
2016, Object Center, solo, LESS, Boston, MA
2016, Spark Gallery, What is 3D, Northeastern University, Boston, MA
2015, Galerie bij de Boeken, EVEnt, Ulft, Netherlands
2015, Huntenkunst International Art Fair, Ulft, Netherlands
2014-12, 2012-10, Adelphi University Outdoor Sculpture Biennial Exhibition, Garden City, NY
2013, Foundazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Bridging Place, Venice, Italy
2013, Peabody Institute Library, Celebrating the Art of Sculpture Exhibit, Danvers, MA
2013-12, Essex County Greenbelt Association Benefit Exhibition, Art in the Barn, Essex, MA
2013-10, Stevens Point Sculpture Park, Stevens Point, WI
2012, Kavachnina Contemporary Gallery, Miami International Art Fair, Miami, FL
2012-10, Public Sculpture Program, City of Greeley, Greeley, CO
2011, McCoy Gallery, solo, Merrimack College, Andover, MA
2011, Coastal Discovery Museum, Hilton Head Public Art Program, Hilton Head Island, SC
2011, Danforth Museum of Art, Off the Wall Exhibit, Framingham, MA
2011, The Fells Historic Estate & Gardens, Art in Nature, Newbury, NH
2011-2005, Millbrook Gallery and Sculpture Garden Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit, Concord, NH
2010, CAMAC International Centre D’Art, Marnay-sur-Seine, France
2010, Winfisky Gallery, solo, Salem State College, Salem, MA
2009-06, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Navy Pier Walk Show at Arlington Heights, Chicago, IL
2007, Shelter: Sculpture on Main Street, Sculpture Now, Stockbridge, MA
2007-06, Sculpture at Somerbys Landing, Newburyport Public Art Program, Newburyport, MA
2007-06, Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, Artquest, Marco Island, FL
2006, The White Gallery, solo, Lakeville, CT
2018/19: Eagle Hill School, Sculptural Commission, title: Mobius. Hardwick, MA
2018: 10 Farnsworth Art Wall Commission, finalist, title: Channeling Water, Boston, MA
2017: American Academy, Visiting Artists and Scholars Program, Rome, Italy
2016: Cell Signaling Technology, Sculptural Commission, title: AB, Beverly, MA
2015, Foundation Atelierbeheer SNAIL, Artist in Residence Program, Arnhem, Netherlands
2012, Haslla World Art Museum, Artist in Residence Program, Jeongdongjin, South Korea.
2011, S.L.A.P. Artist in Residency Program, Martha’s Vineyard, MA
2011/10, Appleton Mills Atrium Public Sculpture Project, Lowell, MA
2010, Camac International Residency Program, Marnay-sur-Seine, France
2009, Boston Public Library, Mattapan Branch, finalist, Boston, MA
2007, Mother’s Rest Park Project, finalist, Dorchester, MA
The Boston Globe, Boston, MA, May 8, 2016, Helga returns;Kinds of Blue;Taking Wing, Cate McQuaid.
Artscope Magazine, Boston MA, May – June, 2016, Cornered: Kim Radochia at Object Center, Brian Goslow.
The Salem News, Salem, MA, August 30, 2012, ‘Sculpture Exhibit Features New and Returning Artists’, Will Broaddus.
Art New England, Boston, MA, July-August, 2011, ‘Setting the Pace: Three sculptors create public work that mimic life’s flow’, David Raymond.
ArtsEditor, Boston, MA, July 26, 2011, ‘Restore, Reflect, Renew: following the creation of Currents’, Brigit Ganske.
Northshore Magazine, Lowell, MA, March 25, 2011, ‘Lowell Massachusetts: Lowell breathes new Life into it’s old assets, Tamsen Venn.
Wausau Daily Herald, Wausau, WI, June, 2010, ‘Stevens Point Sculpture Park’, Cara Spoto.
The Boston Phoenix, Phlog, Boston, MA, Oct.3, 2009, ‘Open Season on Open Studios: Art Tripping in SoWa’, Emily Cantaneo.
Teaching, Curatorial, Panels:
visiting artist educator for sculpture class, Eagle Hill School, Hardwick, MA
panel, Finding the Perfect Art Work for You, Boston Design Week, Boston, MA
2016 lecture. What is 3D? Northeastern University, Boston, MA
2013 voice actress. International League of Conservation Photographers, Washington, DC
curatorial consultant. Acquia Corporate Headquarters, Burlington, MA
lecture. Sculpture Environment and Place, Crafton Hills College, Yucaipa, CA.
lecture, visiting artist. Creative Stretch, The Waring School, Beverly, MA
lecture. Participatory Public Art, Public Art Discussion Series, New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston, MA
visiting artist. Art Day Exhibits, Woodland School, Weston, MA
sculpture judge. Art Complex Museum, Duxbury Art Association Annual Exhibition, Duxbury, MA
curator. Riverfront, Cambridge, MA
visiting artist. Glen Urquhart School, Beverly, MA
lecture, visiting artist. Tenacre Country Day School, Wellesley, MA
presentation, filming for public broadcast. Sculpture Now on Main St., Stockbridge, MA (award winning film and broadcast)
lecture. Senior Seminar, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH
panelist. Sculpture Symposium, Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, Marco Island, FL
presenter. Wrinkles and Rolls. Boston Biomedical Research Institute, Watertown, MA
lecture. Response to Nature. Chesterwood Museum, W. Stockbridge, MA
presenter, performance. Worries to the Wind, Oma Group Gallery, Boston, MA
curator, presentation for public broadcast. Wenham Museum, Wenham, MA
presenter. In and By the River, Norman Rockwell Museum, W. Stockbridge, MA
Acme Packet, Bedford, MA
Ascend Learning, Burlington, MA
Aureus Asset Management, Boston, MA
Appleton Mills Association, Lowell, MA
Cell Signaling Technology, Beverly, MA
Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, Boston, MA
Elliot Hospital, Manchester, NH
Woodland School, Weston, MA
Winthrop School, Hamilton, MA
Symphony Builders, Coral Springs, FL
WBUR News Station, Boston, MA
1991-1994 School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, Boston, MA.
1988-89 University of Hartford, Hartford, CT. Masters in Teaching, 1 year completed.
1981-1985 Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY. B.A. Business, minor Fine Arts
Board of Directors, Kyndl Corporation, Lynnfield, MA
Fort Point Art Community, Boston, MA
International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ