Abstract Expressionists, J. Steven Manolis and Jill Krutick will be hosting a joint exhibition in both the Gregg and Marquis Galleries during the month of October, 2018. More details to come...stay tuned!
Jill S. Krutick will be the featured artist in the main gallery at the Coral Springs Museum of Art from March 16 - May 18, 2019. More details will be forthcoming for this momentous event.
The exhibition will be curated by Bruce Helander, an art critic, arts writer, curator and artist whose specialty is collage and assemblage. He has a master’s degree in painting from the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, where he later became the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs of the college. He is a former White House fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts and has won the South Florida Cultural Consortium fellowship for professional achievement in the visual arts.
Jill Krutick will be showcasing Ice Cube Night at The National Arts Club's 119th Annual Exhibiting Artist Members Exhibition in the Grand Gallery. The opening reception will be held Thursday March 1, 6-8PM with an Awards Ceremony at 7:30PM. Viewing of the works will be available from February 28 through Thursday, March 22.
The 2017 Artists' Salon Party at Miami’s premier private 5000 sq. ft. working Studio/Gallery - Manolis Projects - will be Art Basel Miami’s highlight! Cutting edge collectible art reflecting the “Miami School of Abstraction” from 7 different artists, including paintings, sculpture, and photography awaits. Jill Krutick will have several large and small oil and acrylic on canvas works on display.
Enjoy the evening with wine, hors d'oeuvres, and complimentary valet parking.
Join the Coral Springs Museum of Art as it celebrates 20 years of providing art to the community with a permanent collection exhibition, starting June 6, 2017 and running through August 26, 2017. The exhibition includes Dreamscape 5 by Jill S. Krutick, which was recently gifted by world famous artist, curator and art critic Bruce Helander, to the Museum's permanent collection.
Jill S. Krutick is scheduled to have a solo exhibition in the main gallery of the Coral Springs Museum of Art from March 16 - May 18, 2019. Bruce Helander will curate this show.
Jill S. Krutick joins the "Three Amigos": Bruce Helander, J. Steven Manolis, and Miles Slater. Opening Reception on Saturday, February 4, 2017 6:00pm to 8:30pm $10.00. Entry to support the charitable arts in education mission of Center for Creative Education The Gallery at Center for Creative Education 425 24th St. West Palm Beach, FL 33407.
On Saturday, December 3rd, Manolis Projects hosted a celebration party at their studio gallery space located at 335 NE 59 st. Approximately 500 collectors, investors, family, friends, gallerists, and art enthusiasts were in attendance. Noted art critics, Anthony Haden-Guest and Bruce Helander were in attendance and provided a scintillating series of comments. Buzz TV also covered the event. Salon members, Rafael Balcazar (Photographer), Barbara Macklowe (Photographer), Shalini Nopani (Photographer), Alex Vignoli (Photographer), Immi Storrs (Sculptor), NA and Miles Slater (Sculptor) and artists, Jill Krutick and J. Steven Manolis were showcased. Comments from attendees were highly positive and focused on the unique and impressive space and works exhibited.
The Fine Arts Committee of The National Arts Club selected Jill S. Krutick to have a solo exhibition in the Marquis Gallery in October, 2016. The exhibition, "The Balance of Texture & Color" featured over a dozen oil and acrylic on canvas works. By capturing colors, movement, shapes and light, Ms. Krutick strives to exhibit “balance.” Using raw, natural elements – such as terrain, water, sun and sky -- and equalizing for the contrast between light and dark Ms. Krutick seizes movement through a variety of textures. Accentuating the “map” of texture ultimately reveals each painting’s potential.
Jill Krutick displayed several new oil on canvas works reminiscent of the sea and beach at The White Room Gallery from June 7 – 26, 2016. She joined three other artists for the show: EJ Camp, Michele Dragonetti and Claudia Ward. A reception was held on June 11th from 5-7 pm at the gallery located at 2415 Main Street, Bridgehampton.
Castle Fitzjohns Gallery, based in New York City, participated in the Red Dot Art Fair at the International Art Basel Miami events of 2015. Jill S. Krutick was invited to show several works in Booth F104. The Red Dot Art Fair was located in the Arts and Entertainment District of Miami at 1700 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33132 (Corner of NE 2nd Ave and NE 17th Street). The exhibition ran from December 1st through December 6th, 2015. The VIP Opening Night Gala Preview took place on December 1 with tickets available through Castle Fitzjohns Gallery.
The Hammond Museum & Japanese Stroll Garden invited a select group of members of the Mamaroneck Artists Guild to participate in an exhibition. "Contemporary Vernacular" in fall 2015. Jill Krutick was among the artists that was featured for her oil on canvas works. A reception was held on Saturday, October 24, 2015 from 1 – 3 pm. The Museum show was on view from Wednesday, October 21st through Saturday, November 21st, 2015.
The Martin Stankiewicz Gallery, located in the heart of downtown Tarrytown, exhibited a group of Northern Westchester Artist Guild artists in fall 2015. Jill Krutick — one of the featured artists — displayed her oil on canvas works. An OPENING RECEPTION was held on Friday, October 16 from 5 - 9 pm, 2015. The exhibit showcased the talents of many emerging and established local artists across many types of media. The show dates were from Friday, October 16 through Sunday, November 15, 2015.
Arts Bash is ArtsWestchester’s annual 9-story house party full of fun, food, and fabulous art. Jill Krutick was juried in to display oil on canvas works at Arts Bash. The event was held on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, May 15th and May 16th, 2015. The event drew over 400 guests. Restaurants from across the county set up tasting stations throughout the building, and the tenant artists open their studios to the public.
Douglas Elliman, the exclusive sales and marketing agent of THE CAMBIUM, selected Jill Krutick as the featured artist for the 2 bedroom showroom at its under-construction condominium project in Larchmont, New York. The CAMBIUM is walking distance from both the Larchmont MetroNorth Station and Larchmont Village. Ms. Krutick had a dozen oil on canvas works available in the designer showroom, which was designed by Meryl Santopietro Interiors.
Jill S. Krutick’s painting “Ice Cube Night” (36″ x 36″ inches) oil on canvas painting was juried into the Katonah Museum Artists’ Association event at The Schoolhouse Theatre & Arts Center, Croton Falls, New York. The juror, Tom Christopher, an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, selected Ms. Krutick’s piece among over 200 submissions to be included in a group show at The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center Gallery. The exhibition was available for viewing to the public from April 24, 2015 – May 31, 2015. The reception, held April 26, was heavily attended.
Mamaroneck Arts Gallery, located in Larchmont, NY, was pleased to host a solo exhibition of oil paintings by Jill S. Krutick for the month of March, 2015. “The Evolution of Color & Texture,” was the theme of the show. This survey of works highlighted both geometric and abstract landscape paintings from 2010-2015. The artist was available on weekends to discuss her work and the gallery hosted a reception for over 100 people.
The offices of Dr. Mitchell Kline invited Jill S. Krutick to exhibit her oil on canvas paintings on a long-term basis. The exhibition, which spanned about six months, included a rotating set of new and established works emphasizing color and texture.
Jill Krutick hosted an Open Studio event in December of 2014 with over 100 oil on canvas works on view. Abstract expressionist and geometric styles were featured. Color and texture were emphasized across the body of work. Ms. Krutick hosts open studio events periodically, but also makes her studio available for viewing by appointment.
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Jill S. Krutick hosted the Westchester Region of Hadassah, Business & Professional Club at her JSK Art Studio. After a whirlwind career as a top ranked analyst, Ms. Krutick has transitioned to become a rising star in the world of art. A large group came out to join in an entertaining evening and a discussion of Ms. Krutick’s career and artwork on June 17, 2014 at 6:30 PM.
Hoff-Barthelson Music School celebrated 70 Years of Excellence with a Jazz benefit concert on June 8th featuring Jazz Legends: Dick Hyman, piano; Bucky Pizzarelli, guitar; and Jay Leonhart, bass. Ushering in this momentous event was a cocktail reception at JSK Art Studio, featuring the oil paintings of Jill S. Krutick, former Hoff-Barthelson board member. Conveniently located just two blocks from the school, the cocktail party was at 3:30PM and featured about 100 oil paintings on view with a portion of the sale proceeds supporting the many rich programs of Hoff-Barthelson.
The concert began at 5:30PM at the music school followed by a reception at 6:30PM. For additional details of this special event: refer to Hoff-Barthelson Jazz Legends.
The Door Prize selection was the ICE CUBE SMALL, 24 x 24 inches, Oil on canvas.
East Norwich had a new pop-up store springing open from May through July, 2014 called the AT-HOME GALLERY, to celebrate a wonderful partnership between an emerging artist and masterful rug collectors. Located at 6306 Northern Boulevard near the intersection of Route 106, Jill S. Krutick exhibited the “Celebration of Spring” with original oil on canvas works that emphasizes vibrant colors and a variety of textures. HEIRLOOM, a premier Antique European and Oriental Rug Showroom, now located in Locust Valley, selected a collection of modern rugs to feature in AT-HOME GALLERY to enhance the oil paintings and create an exciting home décor presentation. The exhibit was available for public viewing in May, June and July, 2014 and by appointment. A reception, including a wine tasting, was hosted at the AT-HOME GALLERY on Sunday, June 1st from 1-4 pm with the artist.
Casey Lakritz, piano/keyboard player extraordinaire, hosted a jazz band, which included Luther Wong on trumpet, Jeff Biegel on bass and Harrison Keithline on drums at the New School on April 10th in NYC to a packed house. The group played seven original works composed by Casey Lakrtiz. The evening, “Jazz Impressionism,” included original oil on canvas artwork by Jill S. Krutick. At the event, the painting Jazz Impression and Lady Liberty were on view. During the concert, a group of hand selected images were projected and timed to the music. The feeling of the music could be “seen” in the paintings presented. It was a very special evening!
Jill S. Krutick hosted a solo exhibition of oil on canvas works at the historic Bronxville Woman's Club from January 1 - February 18, 2014. Heavily textured paintings showcased the inventive style of this artist who has had numerous group and solo exhibitions.
Jill Krutick hosted a large group at an Open Studio Exhibition during the weekend of November 8, 2013. The event took place over three days — Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 8th, 9th and 10th. Ms. Krutick had over 100 oil paintings on view.
The Penn Club of Westchester & Rockland Counties hosted a Penn Cares event benefitting the Westchester Scholarship Fund. This event featured over 100 oil on canvas works for sale by Penn Alum, Jill S. Krutick, W’84, who was recently featured in the Penn Gazette. All wines offered for tasting were available for purchase by the bottle or case — just in time to stock up for the holidays! The event took place November 7th, 2013 at JSK Art Studio from 7 pm – 10 pm; A portion of proceeds from art and wine sales benefited the Penn Club’s Westchester Scholarship Fund, which provides an annual scholarship to a deserving student from our community. Penn hostesses: Jill Krutick, W’84 and Nancy Goldman Greene, C’96 L’99.
RSVP and purchase tickets on the Club website at www.pennclubwestrock.org.
Opening her studio to the public, Jill S. Krutick hosted her first Open Studio Exhibition from May 10-12, 2013. Dozens of oil on canvas works were on view.
Influenced by her love of art masters both old and new, such as Van Gogh, Monet and Gerhardt Richter, Ms. Krutick has developed an oeuvre of work that is both abstract and imaginative.
“An exploration of my works should reveal as much about a viewer’s emotional state as it does mine. The oil painting may be abstract or it may be representational, but what makes the painting come to life is the interplay of light, colors, textures, shapes and spaces,” Ms. Krutick suggests.
Recently, Ms. Krutick was selected to exhibit her works in a solo show at a gallery housed in the SOHO-based offices of Splashlight, a leading producer of fashion photography and e-commerce content.
She was chosen by Artsicle, a leading online art website that encourages emerging artists, as a “Trending Artist” -- based on the number of artworks users have “favorited”. In addition, she was selected by the offices of Partner’s International and A.T. Kearney -- two well-recognized consulting firms -- to have several of her works in residence.
Jill S. Krutick was selected to exhibit her oil paintings at a gallery housed in the offices of Splashlight at 75 Varick Street, 3rd Floor New York, New York. Splashlight’s North Hall Gallery has presented many award winning artists and photographers. Ms. Krutick was selected by the management team to have a solo exhibition. The exhibit was available for public viewing in March and April [by appointment only.] A reception was hosted at the gallery on March 15, 2013 from 4:30pm – 7:00pm when the artist was available to discuss her works. The reception included dozens of works, which showcased a variety of artistic techniques and a rich palette of colors.
The Manor Club of Pelham selected Jill S. Krutick to host a solo exhibition of her Geometric Series of paintings -- heavily textured works with great color harmony. The opening reception was heavily attended and the paintings were on exhibition for a month.