Deborah Kruger

Deborah Kruger’s Artwork in MURA Museum Exhibition

Collection of Carlos Diaz Corona shown at Museo Raul Angiano in Guadalajara Friday night, I attended the opening of the Collection of Carlos Diaz Corona, Una Linea en el Agua at the Museo Raul Angiano (MURA) in the Chapultapec neighborhood of Guadalajara (MURA is the contemporary art museum of the city of Guadalajara). Carlos has […]

Fibre Arts Take Two Interview

My First Live Interview in Australia Although I am no stranger to interviews, I had my first live artist interview on Fibre Art Take Two’s Friday Feature with Clarissa Callesen, a fiber and installation artist from the Seattle, Washington area. Clarissa has also attended 360 Xochi Quetzal International Artist Residency on Lake Chapala, Mexico, so […]

Museum of Arts and Design acquires work by Deborah Kruger

A New Home for Accidentals and Ropa Pintada In a year full of sales, shows and prizes, here’s the best news yet. My favorite contemporary art museum in New York City, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), has acquired two of my environmental artworks. The mural titled Accidentals and the huipil-inspired Ropa Pintada will […]

UPLIFT: Helping the Women of Mexico through Art

Before I tell you about all the wonderful Mexican women I work with, let me set the stage by telling you a little about me. When I was young, I spent many weekends making clothing from scratch with my mother, her twin (my Aunt Shirley) and my cousin Ellen. We worked in teams cutting out […]

Artist Talks with Deborah Kruger about her exhibition AVIANTO

Beginning on Saturday, September 3rd, artist Deborah Kruger will offer a series of three free artists talks at the main gallery of the Train Station Museum at the Gonzalez Gallo Cultural Center. Each Saturday at 12:30pm, Deborah will focus on a different aspect of her artwork. Saturday- September 3-12:30pm The first talk will center on […]

World Textile Association 25th Anniversary Exhibitions

During the first year I lived in Mexico, I work accepted into two exhibitions celebrating the World Textile Association (WTA) Biennial with the theme of Air. Butterfly Effect was accepted into the large format exhibition at the Diego Rivera Museum in Mexico City and Remnants 18 was included in the exhibition on Recyclability at the […]

New Journals from Deborah Kruger Designs

As a life-long journaler, I have a soft spot for interesting journals. Like many of you reading this blog post, I also use journals to make lists (countless lists!), sketch and plan future art projects. As a result of this passion, Deborah Kruger Designs now offers an array of journals. For people on the go […]

Deborah Kruger Designs Summer 2022

Hello from Deborah, the artist behind Deborah Kruger Designs Hi! I am Deborah Kruger, an artist who loves birds, nature and ecology. I am especially concerned about endangered birds and they appear in most of my artwork. Although I exhibit my work internationally, like most artists, I don’t support my studio entirely from art sales […]

Deborah Kruger Wins an Arte Laguna Prize

And I’m a winner! Like most artists, I spend weeks every year writing grant proposals for artists, applying for artist prizes and exhibitions, and scouting for residencies. I hate thinking about how much time this adds up to but it’s A LOT! Plus, many of these opportunities charge fees for entry. And the competition is […]

AVIANTO: Kruger’s new solo exhibition opens at the Train Station, Chapala

The dream becomes a reality… When I first moved to Lake Chapala from Massachusetts and discovered the Train Station Museum.  I used to sit in the main entry area, usually when there was a concert, and day dream about having an exhibition there. Now, eleven years later, my dream is becoming reality. On May 14th, […]