Shineh Kim is a Mom, Artist and Director/Teacher at Shineh Art
Studio, LLC. Shineh's love of art started at a very young age. She was recognized as Maryland's Emerging Young Artist from MAEA (Maryland Art Education Association) and
attended the Visual Art Center Magnet program (VAC) at Albert Einstein High School. She attended the Maryland Institute College of Art specializing in the field of Illustration, receiving a
scholarship for her artistic achievement as a finalist in the Maryland Distinguished Scholars Program.
Shineh started Shineh Art Studio, LLC in 2003, inspired to share her knowledge and experience with the next
generation of young artists. Many of her students have been admitted to prestigious art colleges and universities with excellent art programs such as Rhode Island School of Design, Maryland
Institute College of Art, Pratt, Parsons, School of Visual Arts, University of California-Berkeley, University of MD, Columbia University, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Upenn, Carnegie
Mellon, Ringling College of Art + Design, Virginia Commonwealth University and many more.
Educator Recognition - National Silver Medal, The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
Educator Recognition, The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards
2010 - 2017
Finalist, The Maryland Distinguished Scholars Program, with Matching Grant from Maryland Institute College of Art
Gold Key Winner, The Scholastic Art and Writing
Silver Key Winner, The Scholastic Art and
MAEA (Maryland Art Education Association) Maryland’s Emerging Young Artist Award