“At the opening reception for “Turbulence: Birds, Beauty, Language & Loss,” our minds and eyes were popped open by the colorful, tactile and three-dimensional feathered artwork of Deborah Kruger”.



Guadalajara Reporter

August 11, 2018


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“…something special, something mythic happens when hands pick up materials like these.  Textiles, she demonstrates, are only a step removed from out own bodies in the ways they bend, flex and move.”

Daily Hampshire Gazette

March 31, 2003


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“Working in wax, resin and pigment, applied to neatly cut slices of colorful fabric, Kruger’s fascination with the basic geometry of the triangular form yields a visceral projection of feminine energy that is erotically charged and a marvel of multi-layered design.”

Greenfield Recorder
November 11, 2003

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