Kim Luttrell works with diverse materials, including paint chips scraped from her clothes, cut and reassembled cards, and other found objects. As she explains, “My work is both a blend of inspiration and compulsion. I find my ideas thrusting me further into a seemingly endless day. Those days become further filled with genuine excitement as I see my creations grow in complexity.”
Luttrell’s works are featured in corporate and private collections throughout the United States, in Holland, Israel, Australia, Argentina, England, and Brazil, among other countries. She has received an Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant and an Artist Fellowship Grant. Her work is in the permanent archives of the Library and Research Center of the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.