Kimberly Goff was born in Philadelphia and moved to the Hamptons as a young teenager. The daughter of renowned art dealer Elaine Benson, Kimberly went into a related career as a clothing designer/boutique owner with a line of wearable art as well. After painting on fabric for many years Ms. Goff went on to working in various craft media and eventually started painting paper and canvas. Goff follows in the tradition of the abstract expressionist movement having been influenced by many of the artists and works of art she was exposed to as a young artist. She has also worked as a curator, freelance photographer, art dealer, has taught workshops, as well as juried art shows. Goff is community minded and active in fundraising and is on the board of Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center and the South Fork Natural History Museum.She currently resides in the Hamptons during the summer and on the Baja Peninsula during the winter.