Kim Wildcatt is a self-taught artist who started doing beadwork at 15 years old. Through a lot of trial and error Kim has expanded her work to do anything from traditional Cherokee wardrobe to the more contemporary Pow-wow regalia.
Over the years the art Kim has produced has grown from when she started. She’s not only a beadworker but also does a range of other items. The future can only be brighter because there is always time to learn new things.
Kim has taught many classes on beadwork, pucker toe moccasins, ribbon skirts, and traditional Cherokee clothing as well as some videos for different colleges.
Kim has won awards for her artwork and she enjoys coming up with new ideas at her home in the Painttown community.