Judith Kruger

  • Beauty and the Beach, mineral pigments, oyster shell, sand, carbon, kozo, archival pigment print on panels, 42" x 106"
  • Terrain Study 27, minerals, graphite, sumi on paper with holes, 7” x 17”
  • Terrain Study 26, mineral pigments, sumi, collage on mixed papers, 20” x 16”

Judith Kruger’s work addresses Human-Environment connectivity and their shared vulnerabilities. She is recognized internationally for her advocacy of natural painting materials and historic, ecological processes.
Judith’s work is held in private and public collections including Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY, Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT, Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, Savannah College of Art and Design, Hong Kong and Phipps Conservatory’s Center for Sustainable Landscapes, Pittsburgh, PA.
Her work has been exhibited in numerous museums, galleries and cultural centers in the US and abroad. Judith has received grants from the Chicago Dept of Cultural Affairs, Target Corporation, Mass MoCA, and is a recent recipient of a CT Office of the Arts Fellowship Award.
Additionally, between 1977 and 2007, Judith collaborated with artisans in over a dozen countries on applied art and design licensing projects. During the latter part of this time, she travelled extensively throughout Japan, India and Thailand researching the historic, scientific and artistic applications of inorganic and organic pigments.
Judith received her BFA from Syracuse University and MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design.

She currently works out of her CT studio and teaches environmental painting processes nationally and internationally.


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    • New Haven, CT
      US - East
    • 847-477-2323

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