Behind the Scenes My Travel arrangements can be a logistic nightmare! Needless to say, the logistics of moving my artwork to an around the US + Canada is a more than a part time job! Fortunately, I have a talented new person on my team, Lucky, who hails from Oakland, CA, but was most recently […]
About: Deborah Kruger’s solo exhibition “Avianto” will be featured at the Visions Museum of Textile Art, which showcases the best contemporary quilts and textiles being made today. Dates: January 21 – May 27, 2023 Location: Visions Museum of Textile Art 2825 Dewey Rd #100 San Diego, CA 92106 Hours: Wed – Saturday 10am – 4pm […]
On My Mind Right Now Well besides the outcome of the election, which is on everyone’s minds in the US, I am actually thinking about other things related to art. Since you are one of my new Art Patrons, I thought I would let you into my head! Although my first solo museum show is […]
Solo Show Proposal Accepted!
Sergio Unzeta, the curator who was responsible for my solo show in Chapala (2018), has become a big fan of my work and has been shopping exhibition proposals around various venues in Guadalajara. At our last meeting in December, he greeted us with a big grin on his face and announced that his proposal for a solo show had been accepted at the Palacio de la Cultura y Los Congress (PALCCO).
Focus on Art “True art is moral … it seeks to improve life, not debase it … it recovers what is necessary to our humanness.” In just this sense, Deborah brings both morality and aesthetic excellence to bear, as she poetically expresses the risk of humanity’s unwillingness to act.AUGUST 2019OJO DEL LAGO READ ARTICLE
Colors balance for artist-business owner “Her medium is textiles and paint, which she fashions into triangle-shaped pieces that suggest forest colors and her interest in art from West Africa and the Amazon Basin. Kruger’s interest in textiles grows out of her training as a textile designer at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.” […]
Leave your analytical side by the door “From a distance, the works created by Amherst textiles artist Deborah Kruger seem to blend together in their similar shapes, sizes and color schemes. Yet up close, they display details and patterns as if there were a conversation occurring amount the pieces” MARCH 21, 2003AMHERST BULLETIN READ ARTICLE