Kim Douglas Wiggins (b. 1959) is one of the most recognizable painters in America. A creative forerunner of the New West Movement and a prominent speaker on the subject, Wiggins' innovative style combines imagery of the American West with symbolism.
The artist grew up on a ranch in New Mexico where he was encouraged to pursue his creativity. He began exhibiting at the age of twelve after a visiting art dealer saw his paintings and in 1983 he was the youngest member to be admitted to the Society of American Impressionists. Throughout his career the artist has had numerous exhibitions, been the keynote speaker at Western Art summits and been featured in various publications.