Made in St. Louis: Her art goes beyond Jewish paper cutting she’s known for

A Doodle of the Sun, ink and colored pencil, 8-inches x 8-inches. “I doodle for fun, but it is also good exercise,” Phillips says, as exemplified by this smiling sun. I Am My Beloved’s and My Beloved is Mine, a 12-inch x 12-inch papercut, from The Song of Songs, one of the extensive styles Phillips makes for her Judaica collection. Artist Kim Phillips makes her marks in the world through drawing, typography, design, paper cutting, painting and more. Her works are a pleasure to behold, and the focused intent she brings to her pieces is grounded in a faith […]

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