Kim Stewart

Kim Gullion
Indigenous/First Nation Association(s): 
Metis Nation of British Columbia

Kim Stewart has been creating in the field of visual arts for more than 20 years. She is a descendant of a Canadian Fur Trade family who are Métis (a combination of Scottish, French, European and Cree/Ojibwa ancestry). She is interested in exploring cultural adaptation and Métis identity and her work expresses a strong connection to the land and people in her life. Kim works in diverse art forms from traditional aboriginal art practices like caribou hair tufting and beadwork applique to contemporary pop culture art, drawing and textile art. She has earned diplomas in Fine Art, Graphic Design and Illustration and holds a Master’s Degree in Art Education. Along with her artistic practice, Kim teaches visual arts at the post-secondary level in British Columbia, Canada.