About Jill Krutick
(New York USA)
Jill Krutick is a contemporary abstract expressionist whose paintings trace the artist’s joyful path of self-discovery and creative exploration. Using only texture, line, and color, the artist suggests the intense beauty and constant flux of nature: galaxies, skies, blossoms, and tides. Influenced by modern and contemporary masters such as Van Gogh, Monet, and Gerhardt Richter, Krutick combines abstract expressionist gestures, impressionist luminosity, and personal symbols of change. Krutick painted privately for over 40 years and studied at The Art Students League of New York. In 2010, she began exhibiting her work and has seen her career blossom. This year she has two solo museum exhibitions at the -- Coral Springs Museum of Art,
Florida and the Yellowstone Art Museum, Montana (November - January 2020). In addition, Krutick is currently showing at Georges Bergès Gallery, New York City and the Fritz Gallery, Palm Beach Florida. Krutick has over 100 global collectors, including museums and corporations.