Open Studio Exhibition 2016

Open Studio Exhibition 2016

Georgianna Krieger’s 2016 Open Studio June 11 & 12 11:00am-5:30pm Artist in the East Bay will be opening their studios to the public June 4&5 or 11th and 12th depending on the location. You can pick up a print catalogue with maps or visit the online catalogue here While the large group sites are tempting,

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April 8, 2016

New Work at Joyce Gordon Gallery

New Work at Joyce Gordon Gallery

Ruby, Kiln cast glass and cast stone 2015 17” h x 5” x5” Ruby is part of a conversation I have been having with ancient art.  Her form and stance at first appear very Classical, but there is a tension between the figure and the fabric enveloping her.  Is it sheltering her or hindering her

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August 30, 2015

Sculpture at Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland

Sculpture at Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland

Now through April 26th 2014, five of my major sculptural works will be on display at the Joyce Gordon Gallery in Oakland, California. Friday April 4th 2014 I’ll participating in a moderated artist talk.  Come and meet the artists showing their work at the gallery.  There are some really stunning quilts in the exhibition along with

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April 1, 2014

Collecting Dreams

Collecting Dreams

There are few heroes in the art world who stir the imagination as Herb and Dorothy Vogel do.  A librarian and a postal worker, Dorothy and Herb started their art collection in the 1960s with modest means, a one-bedroom apartment, and a passion for discovery.   Over the course of thirty years, they created a large,

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May 21, 2012

Recognition for “Light”

Recognition for “Light”

I’m pleased to announce that my sculpture entitled Light, in kiln cast glass was awarded the silver medal in the three dimensional  art category, of the Night of a Hundred Angels exhibition.  The show benefits the Make A Wish foundation and is sponsored by the Whelan Gallery in Laguna Beach CA. Light will appear in

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July 25, 2011

Strands of Insanity

Strands of Insanity

Hair is impossible to sculpt. It’s not just difficult but also completely impossible. Anyone who tells you otherwise has simply never attempted it. That said, here are the few things I have learned while attempting the impossible: Hair is both chaotic and logical. It must follow the laws of physics without appearing to to ever

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May 29, 2011

What is Art?

What is Art?

The American art world is a chaotic soup of art that exists to shock and entertain, to speak to personal stories, limited ideas and temporary displays. In our context, it is my observation the average person no longer understands the difference between art and design, between art and decoration, between art and craft, between art

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March 11, 2011

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