Kimberly M. Webb is a visual artist, educator, and arts administrator. Her work is collaborative, interdisciplinary, and experimental. She works in sculpture, assemblage, installation, collage, social practice, and photography. She is interested in human behavior, social constructs, and absurdity as well as environmental and social justice, ecology, and material studies.
Originally from the eastern shore of Maryland, Webb has made Columbus, Ohio, her home since 1998. She earned her BFA from the Ohio State University (2006) with a concentration in fine art photography and a minor in contemporary art history. She received her MFA from Columbus College of Art & Design (2014) with a focus in sculpture and social practice. Webb is the former Director of the Ohio Art League and Manager of Fresh A.I.R. (Artists in Recovery) Gallery, Chop Chop Gallery, and Exhibitions at the Franklin Park Conservatory. She has supported the production of exhibitions and programming at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD), independently with the city of Columbus, Capital Crossroads SID, COTA, and with various other artists and independent spaces. Webb has received grants from the Greater Columbus Arts Council (GCAC), CCAD, and professional development support from the Ohio Arts Council. She has attended Mildred’s Lane (Narrowsburg, NY) with a full fellowship from CCAD and Can Serrat Artist Residency (El Bruc, Spain) supported in part by Can Serrat and GCAC. Currently, Webb teaches advanced photography with a focus on “Being in Nature” at Athens Photographic Project. She is passionate about the intersections of wellness, creativity, and sustainability.