(b.1968) Kim Westcott studied at Victorian College of the Arts, graduating in 1989. A print maker she worked at the Australian Print Workshop and in New York.

Westcott is a remarkable artist with prolific talent and integrity which stands her at the forefront of this country's image makers. What makes her imagery so purposeful is the self belief she holds within the printmaking medium of Drypoint to manifest images of extraordinary vision, consistently pushing the technical possibilities and boundaries of this singular medium.

Kim has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows throughout Australia and internationally. Her work is represented in several state and provincial collections. Public collections include National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan; Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil; San Diego Museum of Art, U.S.A.; The New York Public Library, U.S.A.; Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Japan; Artbank, Sydney; Ballarat Art Gallery, Victoria; Banyule Art Collection, Victoria; City of Whitehorse, Victoria; Griffith University, Queensland; Hamilton Regional Gallery, Victoria; Macquarie Bank, Sydney; Monash University Collection, Victoria; Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria; Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane; Warrnambool Art Gallery, Victoria.