Kim Jungkind studied painting in the West Indies for approximately three years. Her early work includes colorful Caribbean fish, boat races and windswept yachts. She is a founding member of the “Osprey Society”- a select group of artists that share different styles of art and mixed media to create unique paintings.
Her art work has been sold internationally and is featured at a beachside resort in Grenada and at the St. Georges University Medical School. Since she returned from the West Indies, she has continued to paint in acrylic and oil, finding subjects in the Texas Hill Country. Recently, her art has been for sale at the 1900 Winery in Art, Texas and at other hill country venues.