We’ve known Kim for several years and are definitely fans of her coastal artwork. One of the main reasons I started my blog in 2009 was to be able to help other small coastal businesses achieve their dreams. Now, you can help fulfill the dream of translating Kim Rody’s ocean paintings into high quality “functional art” by putting a bright spot on your dinner table.
“This dinnerware began as a request. In the winter of 2012, Tom Hazel, the manager of the Abaco Inn, had a firm vision of me creating a large set of dinnerware with my fish on them that could be auctioned off to raise money for the Hope Town Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department in the Bahamas. This was the winter of 2012. I thought he had completely lost his mind. I was a painter, not a potter!
The idea soon latched onto my brain and would not let it go. A year later, in February of 2013, after hours of research and lots of money, I delivered 48 pieces of dinnerware to Tom on the morning of the auction.
Their reception was incredible, Tom raised a ton of money, and my husband started thinking that dinnerware might not be that bad an idea after all.
Learn specifically why Kim needs our help here.
So, what happens to the money if Kim doesn’t hit the target? Kickstarter is all or nothing so if she doesn’t hit $30,000 by the 9th of January, your card won’t be charged and she won’t receive any money pledged. But, that ain’t gonna happen!! Ready to help Kim achieve her dreams? Visit RodyDishes.com to donate today — $1 minimum pledge is required.