Join exhibiting artist Karen Breunig and Associate Curator for Community Engagement Kiah Butcher for a discussion around the Fall 2022 Frasier Canyons Gallery exhibition Woman in the Water.
About Karen Breunig
Karen Breunig is a Colorado-based artist who has been painting since the age of 13. Her work explores the fragmentary and fleeting nature of memory; the ephemeral quality of reality; and memory and perception, particularly as they relate to storytelling.
Breunig studied painting as an undergraduate student at the University of Colorado Boulder and the Kansas City Art Institute. She received her MFA in painting from Parsons School of Design in New York City. She has been represented by galleries in Santa Fe, New York, and Denver. Her work is included in numerous public and private collections, such as the Palmer Museum of Art in Pennsylvania and Skidmore College in Massachusetts. Breunig has participated in solo and group exhibitions all over the country, most recently in the 2021 group exhibition Viral Influence: Art in the Time of Coronavirus at the Arvada Center.
About BMoCA at Frasier
BMoCA at Frasier is a collaboration between Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Frasier Retirement Community. Curated by BMoCA, this series of exhibitions in The Canyons Gallery is an extension of the museum’s exhibition schedule. Each exhibition is complemented by a series of education programs.
Image: Karen Breunig, Red Bucket, 2019, Collage on Paper, 28″×32″