Shawn Krueger, born 1973, is a contemporary landscape painter whose work sits comfortably in both the American Tonalist and Arts & Crafts traditions. Shawn received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Calvin College in 1998, studying under Chris Stoffel Overvoorde. Upon graduation, he traveled frequently to the UK and painted in nearly every corner of Great Britain. Over the course of his career, Krueger has shown his landscape paintings with a variety of galleries, primarily in the Midwest, East Coast and Southeastern United States, but has recently found outlets in Denver and Seattle as well. In addition to these galleries, one can find Shawn’s work in Arts & Crafts focused shows such as the Roycroft Summer and Winter Festivals, the National Arts and Crafts Conference and the Twin Cities 20th Century Show.
In 2016, Krueger first juried into the highly reputable Roycroft Artisan Guild (RALA) based in East Aurora, NY. Shawn’s work has garnered a number of awards over the years and his pieces are in dozens of private collections as well as in the permanent collections of the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Gilda’s Club of GR, Calvin College and the Bissell Corporation.
The artist’s continuing focus in his studio and plein air work has been to identify the poetry within a given landscape while seeking to discover a sense of his own place within it.
Shawn Krueger Fine Art
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