Video Interviews

C.H.A.O.S. (Cartoons, Hobbies, and Other Stuff) Episode 1: McDonaldland. I appeared around the seven-minute mark.

Articles I Wrote For Other Sites

Vanadu: Art-Covered House and Cars (a page on that includes two of my own photographs and a brief blurb I wrote about the place).

The United States of America is the New Weimar Republic

The official Artomatic 2015 blog

Explosion Luck: The Art Site Specializing in Feng Shui (a commissioned post made through

Advice I Would Give to Graduates in a Commencement Speech If I Ever Have the Chance

Tutorial to create a vector graphic with Inkscape

Johnny Eck: Sideshow Performer and Maker

Other Places That Mention Me and/or My Work

Meet Kimberly Keyes, Art Lives Here, October 19, 2015

A Greenbelt Wedding!  (A few of my photos from the May, 2015 public wedding of Hillary Gottemoeller and Joe Harris in Greenbelt, Maryland were used in this Greenbelt Live blog post written by Susan Harris.)

Kim Keyes Interview by 3d Injection Molding Company, April 16, 2015

Easy Street: Armageddon is Upon Us, and Other News, February 14, 2015

Ink, Bits, & Pixels: The Morning Coffee – 13 February 2015

Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore with Deanna Danger, Oct. 13, 2014 (NSFW)

“Art Show Winners” by Barbara Simon, The Greenbelt News Review, January 2, 2014 (located on page 12 of the .pdf document)

“Labor Day Festival Art Show Showcases…,” The Greenbelt News Review, January 10, 2013 (located on page 6 of the .pdf document)

“Nona Narcisse on the Wing,” Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore, September 30, 2012 (NSFW)

“Mourna Handful milks it for all it’s worth,” Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore, September 17, 2012 (NSFW)

“Artomatic showcases ‘challenging’ art for D.C. viewers,” by Siobhan McGuirk, D.C. Mic Check, July 12, 2012

“Your décolletage is distracting,” Dr. Sketchy’s Baltimore, May 13, 2012 (NSFW)

Lark Crafts: Craft & Diorama fun featuring Peeps!, April 20, 2011 (featuring a photo of my own diorama, Peep Floyd)

Cut the Craft: Crafty Bastards Vendor Q & A with Kim’s World of Art!, Washington City Paper, April 4, 2008