Upcoming solo exhibition

Mingled Terrain

February 1- April 7, 2018

Richardson Family Art Museum (Upper Level)

 Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina

Terrain Study 39 2017, mineral and plant pigments, red Flashe, Kumohada paper, mixed reclaimed wood construction 18 ½ x 13”

Terrain Study 39

2017, mineral and plant pigments, red Flashe, Kumohada paper, mixed reclaimed wood construction

18 ½ x 13”

 

 MINGLED TERRAIN

introduces recent collages, drawings, paintings, and sculptural objects. Through rooted, metaphoric abstraction and the employ of natural matter as art material, Judith Kruger addresses the interconnectivity of diverse environments and the significance of human-environment connectivity. 

The collages have been compiled from a small sampling of over a decade of saved, experimental natural material tests. As discarded fragments that were housed in over-stuffed flat file drawers, they have become a significant index of her work trajectory. Thus, the decision to mend, join and juxtapose them into repurposed work seemed like a natural step towards furthering her dialogue on the importance of mingled terrains. The collage material has become catalytic in driving the formal decisions for making the paintings and small sculptural objects, all newly created for this exhibtion.

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Artist lecture: Wednesday March 14, 7:00pm, Jerome Johnson Richardson Theatre

Artist talk: Thursday March 15, 7:00 pm, Richardson Family Art Museum         (upper level)

Judith Kruger's Abstract Alchemy 5-day workshop is currently available for registration through Cullowhee Mountain Arts, to be held on the Wofford Campus from March 19-23. A reception for the participants and private tour of the exhibition will take place on Sunday March 18th at 6:00pm. 

Judith will be engaging with Wofford students through lecture, teaching and studio visits during her time at Wofford.