Laura Krudener’s paintings question the impermanence of form while depicting a state of flux. Through various poured techniques and layered drawings, each layer of Krudener’s paintings is informed from the movement of the previous layer. Finding a suspended stillness in the motion of the paint, Krudener’s paintings become a meditation on movement, and the constant search for stillness. Krudener’s paintings are experimental, energetic, and bold. Each painting is its own laboratory into the macrocosm of the universe. “Forever Colliding” on view in the collection at the Colorado Convention Center is Krudener’s largest painting to date. Laura Krudener received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2009. Her most recent solo exhibitions “Suspended Chaos” (2013) and “Standing on a Mystery” (2014) as well as the three person exhibition “New Very New” (2015) have been hosted by Plus Gallery in Denver. Krudener and her paintings have been profiled in “Modern in Denver” and “Luxe Colorado.” Her work has been acquired by numerous private and corporate collections in Colorado, New York as well as other locations in the US. Laura paints in her studio in Denver’s RiNo Art District within the Taxi complex.
Artwork Type: Painting
Material: acrylic, enamel, charcoal, ink, and marker on raw canvas
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