I am a wife, mother of 5, and fine artist who is excited about embarking on a new season of creativity. In 2010, I rekindled my passion for art by studying at The School of Representational Art in Chicago, where I received classical training in drawing and painting. I have continued my art education with independent and occasional formal studies and currently teach art to children, teens, and adults in my studio located in Naperville, IL. God gives each of us gifts to be used for Him…..I pray that I follow His lead.



Kim Roth | Naperville, IL | 630-300-4536



2010 – 2012 The School of Representational Art, Chicago, IL

1983 – 1987 B.S. in Accounting, University of Illinois, Champaign, IL

Group Exhibitions:

2013 “Facades”, North Central College, Naperville, IL

2012 Vicinity ’12, Norris Gallery, St. Charles, IL

2011 Naperville Art League, North Central College, Naperville, IL


2016 Award of Excellence, “Broken Barriers”, Naperville Art League

2015 Award of Excellence, “Transitions”, Naperville Art League

2013 Best Theme, “Out of the Blue”, Naperville Art League

2012 First Prize, “6 by 6” competition, Blick Art Materials in Wheaton

2012 Juror’s Award, “Botanicals”, Light, Space, & Time Online Gallery

2012 Second Prize, “Art in Your Eye” Exhibition, Batavia, IL

2012 Voter’s Choice Award, (sub)URBAN Art Walk, Naperville, IL

2012 Best in Show, “Colette”, Naperville Art League


2009 – present, In studio Drawing and Painting Workshops for Children, Teens, & Adults, 1839 Wehrli Rd., Naperville, IL

2015 – present, High school art teacher at Chesterton Academy of The Holy Family, Downers Grove, IL

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