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.

Laura Krudener received her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2009. Most recent solo exhibitions include Suspended Chaos (2013) and Standing on a Mystery (2014) with Plus Gallery. Her most recent paintings are on view in the Plus Gallery exhibition New Very New , a three-person show that is in collaboration with Metropolitan Frame Company at their space on 424 Broadway (on view through April 2015). Laura has most recently been featured in magazines Modern in Denver and Luxe Colorado. Her work is collected in private homes in Colorado and New York, among others, as well as several Colorado corporate private collections. Her largest painting to date “Forever Colliding” was recently acquired by the City of Denver for the permanent collection at the Colorado Convention Center. Laura paints in her studio in Denver’s RiNO art district within the Taxi complex.

Evenings on Fourteenth Street

Explosions and Whispers

Suspended Chaos

Paintings 2009-2013

Standing on a Mystery