Maritza Ruiz-Kim

Artist, San Francisco Bay Area

Within, the Project: Starting with studies


Within, the Project: Surface Treatments

(Seriously, I need to update here a couple times a week. That’s my plan anyway. Thanks for your patience as I warm up to this project. Here is my continuing record of the process of the creation of this project, Read more…


Within, the Project: Protecting

(This is a link-happy post.) Another intro: Here’s this #within project, me pledging to bury important pieces of information into paintings, and this documentation process to prove that I’m doing so. I’m not only burying this private information into the Read more…


Within, The Project: Launch

Yeah, I think today’s the day. The day that #within needs to get out of my head and into the public. I was asked this morning what this is all about. Each of these posts leads up to what it’s Read more…


Within, the Project: Questions

Presentation: So, today I presented my project idea to the people in my life. They were highly supportive and had surprising dialogue for/with me. I am not sure when I’ll announce to people online that I have this project, but Read more…


Within, the Project: It Is…

Public access: Here’s a new exploration, and I want to document it. It’s what I’m doing as I go, rather than keeping the process private. Instead of posting an end result of an experience I had on my own (i.e. Read more…


"The Interview" (the script in entirety from Rank, Miami 2010)

“The Interview: In Which I Ask Myself All The Questions You Didn’t Care to Ask, Along Also With the Answers You Didn’t Care About.” Script by Maritza Ruiz-Kim; Read by William Powhida at #Rank, Winkleman Gallery, Seven Art Fair in Read more…


"Artifact of an Anthropologic Experience" (on Twitter)

Artifact from an Anthropological Experience 2010 vellum, acrylic, watercolor, aluminum, inkjet on panel 16″ x 20″ (Click on above ☝ image once, and then click one more time for closer look) UPDATED WITH NOTES MARCH 2011 here Description of the Read more…


Enn Portrait

Here’s the portrait I mentioned in my last post. I decided to tackle an oil painting portrait after the drawings I’ve done lately. Oil paintings just seem more substantial and I just wanted to see if I could do it. Read more…


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