Kimberly Hahn’s work is inspired by a three year period of her life in which she had deteriorated eyesight. She learned to view the world through light, color, and shapes. This abstract view of the world led her to create works with strong photographic foundations and specific color palettes. She encourages a murky lack of distinction between mediums in her work, leaving an ambiguity to be explored. The beauty of these works draws the viewer in, but the vagueness is what causes the viewer to analyze and explore.