KimmyKoi Art--Fine Renaissance style Paintings Featuring Koi Fish
KimmyKoi Art--Fine Renaissance style Paintings Featuring Koi Fish

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  Kimmy-Koi Art / Mona's-Koi

Newest Painting by Ed Champigny - "Celestial Silent Night"

celestial silent night painting

This painting is called "Honey, I'm Home."

The inspiration for the painting came from a perfume product called "HAIKU" by Avon. What better way to greet your man than with his favorite scent, sexy shoes, red lipstick and candlelight;  when he says, "Honey, I'm Home."

by Kristine Champigny

Kristine Champigny




The Koi, Goldfish and Koi-Inspired Art of Edward Champigny

Kimmy-Koi Art started from the heart of a Vietnam Vet who wanted a quiet, peaceful place to meditate and paint. What started out to be a desire to paint became a desire to raise and paint koi, reflecting their relationships not onlywith each other, but also with humans.

We offer koi and goldfish for your pond or aquarium,
as well as koi-inspired art for your home.

We now offer our koi and goldfish for auction at ebay.  Our selections include Ryukin, Oranda, Pearlscales, Bubble Eyes, Butterflies, and Black, Panda, and Red and White Goldfish.

Take a Tour of our Beautiful Ponds!


We offer "Show Quality" Ranchus, Orandas, Ryukins, Pearlscales, Bubble Eyes, Black, Panda and Red and White Goldfish. Click here to see our Ranchu Goldfish.



We have some of the most gorgeous Japanese Koi fish in spectacular colors, ranging in price from $15.00 to $2,500.00. Our koi include Doitsu Showa, Kohaku, Sanke, Utsuri, Gin Rin Showa and the NEW Dragon Fin!


Click here to read the article "Koi Art from a Veteran's Heart" published in Britain about the art of Ed Champigny.



Special recognition was presented to Mr. Champigny Military Order of the Purple Heartfrom the Military Order of the Purple Heart. Click here to read more...


"It is my desire that the satisfaction derived from keeping koi as well as love of fine art will be reflected in all Kimmy-Koi Art for the enjoyment and pleasure of everyone."—Ed Champigny