Woman in dark clothing with short black hair with back to the viewer reaches up to a large, translucent rainbow colored patchwork square.

Sunday Kitchen: Bella Yongok Kim

Beginning this January, we’re honored to feature Bella Yongok Kim, an artist whose work transcends boundaries and sparks conversation, in our Sunday Kitchen.

Bella’s art is a mesmerizing fusion of her Korean American diaspora experiences, childhood recollections, and a deep concern for our planet. Through her vibrant tapestry of installations crafted from recycled materials, she invites us to ponder over our identities, our collective migration stories, and the urgent need for environmental stewardship.



With an MFA in Fiber Art from Ewha Women’s University, Seoul, and an impressive teaching background, Bella brings a wealth of insight and lived experiences into her art. Her works have graced museums like the Bainbridge Island Art Museum and have earned accolades including the Artist Trust GAP Award and the Seattle, WA Merit Award.

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the unique perspectives and vibrant creations of Bella Yongok Kim. Let’s celebrate art that not only captivates but also makes us think and act for a better tomorrow.
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