HUNTER Kim “Indigo”

HUNTER Kim “Indigo”

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Taken from Kim’s website, Kimhunter.ca

She has used the pseudonyms “Kim McTavish” to honour her mother, and “Indigo” which she began in 1995.

Born September 1970 in Vancouver. She traces her family back to the days of the famous North West Company of the early fur trade. The story her ancestor Cuthbert Grant, is recorded in Cuthbert Grant of Grantown by Margaret MacLeod & Professor W.L. Morton.

When she was nine years old she moved with her family to Churchill Manitoba. By age 14 years this self taught artist was selling her art. By eighteen years she was freelancing and travelling throughout Canada. In 1990 at age 20 years she returned to Vancouver where she has since lived.

She works in oil, watercolour, tempera and acrylic, to produce portraits, murals, sequential and commericial art. She produces three dimensional art in clay & bronze, polymer sculpture, papier-mâché and Plaster of Paris. She also works in animation and web design.

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Story:

“Do Wild Turkeys Dream Of Electric Drums.” Writ., Michael Sheyahshe. Moonshot: the Indigenous Comics Collection, vol. 2. Ed., Hope Nicholson. Alternate History Comics Inc., 2017: 124-129.

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Book graphic:

“Biographies.” Moonshot: the Indigenous Comics Collection, vol. 2. Ed., Hope Nicholson. Alternate History Comics Inc., 2017: 150.

Web:

Kimhunter.ca Accessed 14 May 2018.

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Taken from Kim’s website, Kimhunter.ca