Judith Kruger


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Judith Kruger
About the author

Judith Kruger’s multidisciplinary artwork addresses Human-Environment connectivity and their shared vulnerabilities. She is recognized internationally for her advocacy of natural pigments and historic, ecological painting processes. Judith’s work is held in private and public collections some of which include 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 the CT Office of the Arts. In 2008, Judith initiated the course Nihonga: Then and Now at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and was awarded a grant from the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs to teach her course Getting the Dirt on Paint in the Chicago Public School System. Her painting workshops and studio residencies, based on these courses, as well as material-driven abstraction, are currently garnering an international following. Judith received her BFA from Syracuse University and MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. She currently works out of her New Haven, CT studio. .