Solo Exhibition: Metamorphosis

Yellowstone Art Museum
November 2019 – January 2020

Opening Reception: November 7, 2019 | 6pm

 
Jill Krutick’s paintings trace her joyful path of self-discovery and creative exploration. Using texture, form, and color, she suggests the intense beauty and constant flux of nature: galaxies, skies, blossoms, and tides... her work vibrates with sublime beauty and intense energy, reflecting her personal metamorphosis and the interconnected, constantly changing nature of life.
— Susan Floyd Barnett, Museum Curator, Yellowstone Art Museum
 
 

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JILL KRUTICK (2019), Stick Figure Productions

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Jill S. Krutick’s “Metamorphosis,” is the featured exhibition in the Northwest Projects and the Charles M. Bair Family Galleries at the Yellowstone Art Museum from November 2019 to January 2020. The show opens on November 7, 2019 and a reception with the artist will take place that evening between 6:00pm and 8:00pm. This event is free and open to the public.

In this dynamic exhibition, New York-based Krutick presents engaging abstract color fields of rich style, pattern and texture, a lively approach that interprets the natural environment of Montana’s countryside, a cornerstone of the American West.


Critical Reviews

Jill Krutick’s abstract expressionism paintings embody an adventurous path of creativity and self-discovery through metamorphosis. ...The sublime nature of each painting comes to life swirling in its own time and space ... by her use of texture and color to create movement across each canvas.
— Bryan Knicely, Executive Director, Yellowstone Art Museum
Krutick’s latest series of works seems to have a direct connection to the enchanted scenery surrounding the Yellowstone Art Museum ... The landscape’s colors come alive ... with the hand-mixed earth tones that are a signature of her artwork...
— Bruce Helander, Guest Curator

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