Kim Kool © 2013

Kim Kool - Edge of Grey Encaustics

*** indicates that Edge of Grey volunteered the full amount of instruction time for these workshops and Events

​*Indicates that workshop or art was offered at a discounted rate for Charitable Organizations

Donations of Art/Teaching

  • ​Big Brothers Big Sisters North Wellington Just for Women Just for Fun Event ​April 2017
  • ​Waterloo Region Family Network ​Evening of Elegance April 2017
  • The Donkey Sanctuary of Guelph June 2016
  • Pay What you Can Community Fundraising Event *** benefiting Circles Wellington County June 2016


Past Classes and Workshops

  • ​Studio Factor
  • ​Teambuilding for Facilitation Wellington Dufferin *
  • Spark of Brilliance through Canadian Mental Health Association ***
  • Monica House Cambridge ***
  • Kitchener Market Wine and Art
  • Durham Art Gallery *
  • ​The GIFT

Shows and Shops

  • ​The Painterie ​Collingwood - ongoing
  • ​The Georgian Artisan Shop Thornbury - ongoing
  • ​Local Colour ​Flesherton - ongoing
  • ​The Garafraxa Café ​Durham - ongoing
  • ​The Durham Art Gallery ​"In the Mix"​July 15 - September 10, 2017
  • ​Rational Expressions Gallery and Gift ​Stayner - 2017
  • ​Rational Expressions Gallery and Gift "Voices"​Stayner - March 11-April 9th 2017
  • ​The GIFT Mount Forest  2016
  • Minto Arts Coucil Juried Show Spring 2016, Spring 2017

Partnership Opportunity!

Creating Encaustic Art is truly an experience like no other.  As the wax heats and melts, the colours blend and swirl in unexpected ways, creating gorgeous layers of texture and depth.  The delightful aroma of beeswax permeates the room and all of the senses are engaged as the whole body moves throughout the process.


Encaustic Art pairs well with tastings of food or wine, craft beer, or cider.  It can be either incredibly fun and uplifting, or extremely relaxing. 


Kim will work closely with you to create an experience that is perfect for your guests or patrons no matter your needs. 


Edge of Grey is a fully mobile studio that strives to use sustainable practices and support other local artists and businesses. Contact Kim today to see how how a partnership with Edge of Grey can work for you!





Kim is committed to helping her community through the donation of art and workshop time and wholly believes that the arts should be accessible to anyone who wants to learn! To date, Kim has volunteered her time to teach over 75 people the beauty of encaustics. If you have a group or community event that you think would benefit from Edge of Grey, please contact Kim@edgeofgrey.ca.  Please note, that you can also help by booking a workshop at regular price as this helps Kim to support her non-profit work.