SALON CLEARANCE SALE Time to let go of past creative relics to make room to move on and hopefully create something new from the ashes. My future in Philly is very uncertain, so I am packing up lots of art and having a clearance sale! Also listed on Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/kimberleetraub & soon-to-be-updated Etsy page: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KimberleeTraub
Email with questions, more detailed images, etc.: firstname.lastname@example.org *(Note - THIS IS NOT MY PAYPAL ADDRESS!) Title, sizes,mediums, etc. in the descriptions. Prices also listed and negotiable. Prices do not include shipping. Thank you to the beautiful staff of Love and Hair Peace for consistently supporting my art in Philly! If you are in Fishtown, stop by their windows to see more of my art. Unsold art will be removed from frames for flat file storage, so I will also have a large lot of simple, back metal frames to part with too. Email me if you are interested.
. . . . . . . . Hand crafted merchandise and works @ Deja 42 Gallery: 1912 E. Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148 https://deja42artgallery.com/index.html Candles, cards, pendants, prints, and one-of-a-kind pieces Now open Fridays-Sundays, 1-8 p.m.
KIMBERLEE TRAUB’s unique pen & ink illustrations are created in her Philadelphia studio and her art has appeared in exhibits from NJ to San Francisco. Her work has been shown in her Fishtown neighborhood from gallery spaces to the mud pit of the Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby. Past gigs include gallery assistant, body painter, production artist for a puppet theater, clothing company visual artist, volunteer art teacher and creator for local Halloween attractions as an actress, stage manager and crafter of haunted houses. She currently works as a freelance illustrator and massage therapist when she is not creating installations and murals.
Kimberlee also helped lead the Mutter Museum inspired Philly Phreak Show art installation to the base of the effigy at Burning Man 2015. In 2016 she brought her first mural to Center Camp in Black Rock City. Locally, She is a part of The Philadelphia Experiment (PEX) where she assists the art director and effigy team and displays her own art at festivals and events.
Kimberlee’s pen & ink illustrations started in 1990s ‘zines to the streets of Philadelphia. To her, art is gateway to great things when used to feed imagination; it connects people, helps us imagine possibility, and gives space to dreams of making positive change in the world. By creating impermanent and burnable art, pasting murals around Philly, and illustrating in a comic inspired style, Kimberlee creates art that is tangible to every day experience. Her ideal is to elevate experience with beauty and mindful moments. Her subject ranges from dancer muses to Goddess images meant to inspire women to feel their creative power.