Jane Kim

Jane Kim

Leaping deer on the side of a Redwood City cafe, foxes gathering at Facebook headquarters and 375 million years worth of bird evolution at Cornell University are just a few subjects and locations of murals by local artist Jane Kim.

The painter and science illustrator is best known for large-scale public installations, but her anatomically precise depictions of wildlife can also be found in museums, textbooks and most recently at Ink Dwell studio in Half Moon Bay. 

Ink Dwell

The studio is located at the Shoppes at Harbor Village by Pillar Point Harbor in Half Moon Bay.

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