If you asked her, Georgianna would tell you she sees a direct correlation between gestural drawing, her sculpture and jazz improvisation. “The media are quite different” she says, but the conceptual goal: “to explore a fleeting moment”, is the same. Today, Georgianna maintains a serious studio art practice while also performing as a jazz saxophonist.
Over the years Krieger has worn many creative hats while continuing her studio work. Her endeavors have included clay animation, museum exhibit design, toy design as well as fine art. Krieger received her BFA in sculpture from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia where she studied with Walter Erlebacher and was the 1990 recipient of The Philadelphia Plastic Arts Society Award. She has created a body of work that includes sculpture in bronze and kiln-cast glass, drawings and paintings.
Georgianna lives and works in Oakland, California with her husband, composer Michael Kaulkin, and their son Philo.