About

ABOUT

kimKim Rody-Kopp has been a professional fine art painter since 2000, when she dropped out of the corporate world to paint full time. She began gaining a following in South Florida and the Bahama Islands by painting large, colorful and dramatic canvases of fish, turtles, palm trees, and all things tropical, and became known over the last decade as the “fishartista”.

Living on her boat in Hope Town Harbour in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas, she met and married the sailor on the next mooring, who introduced her to sailing on the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as a log cabin outside of Asheville, NC. Now she paints mountains and trees in the summer in Fairview, and fish and turtles in the winter in the Bahamas. You can find both worlds at this website.

Her work is appealing to clients looking for a dramatic, bright, and colorful feel which pulls the viewer in and under, into the world she loves best, and that few enjoy first-hand. This website showcases hundreds of images categorized by subject. In addition to original art, images are also available as limited editions on heavyweight watercolor paper, open editions on canvas, posters, note cards and holiday cards, and images kiln fired into quality bright white porcelain dinnerware.

Do you want a peek in the warehouse?  CLICK HERE.

3371 SW 42 Ave, Unit B, Palm City, FL 34990

CONTACT:  by phone: 772-341-6566

                        by email: kim@rody.com

4 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello. We live in Jupiter Florida and our family has just purchased a property on the north end of elbow cay. I came across your artwork while searching the internet and find it beautifully alive. I would like to know if you are in Abaco now as we are here now and I am interested in purchasing a few pieces.
    Please advise, thank you, Karina

  2. Hay Kim. it’s Scotty & Vicki from Slidell LA (the BIG Pelican’s)
    well we sold our home and are moving to a boat. Looking at a 44 Carver Aft Cabin and plan on building a MUCH smaller home in about a year. Just big enough to fit the Pelican (daryl, larry and larry) thats what we named them. Hopefully we will make it to Hope Town in our boat some time in the next year or two. Take care

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