New Works on Paper in the Drawing Gallery
January 3 – February 28, 1989
Starting January 3rd, the Frumkin/Adams Gallery will show a group of new works on paper by David Krueger in the Drawing Gallery. The exhibition will consist of approximately eight works using oils, charcoal, acrylic polymer and prismacolor. Born in Jamestown, North Dakota, Krueger’s theme is the threatened environment, and his work features landscapes filled with such subjects as wild geese, red potatoes, a prairie drive-in and ripening melons. In “Game Preserve,” for example, a goose stuffed into a bottle looms over a desolate landscape and in “The World’s Largest Red Potato” a tuber forms an arch over a rural highway.
David Krueger has participated regularly in group shows at the gallery over the last three years. He was first seen in “Eccentric Drawings” in the summer of 1986, and most recently in “Introductions” this past summer in which his paintings were show here for the first time. In 1987, Krueger’s paintings were featured in a one-man show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. He is currently a fellow at the Fine Arts Workshop in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
The Krueger show will run in the Drawing Gallery from January 3rd through the month of February. The Frumkin/Adams Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 to 6 and from 10 to 5:30 on Saturdays.