Ceramics Alumna, Jessica Kreutter, Featured in Sculpture Houston Exhibit
Jessica Kreutter’s (MFA 2010, Assistant Professor at Houston Community College) work is currently featured in the exhibition “Fragmented Figure” at Sculpture Houston. This exhibition aims to explore the directions and trajectory of figurative art as practiced by artists in Houston and the state of Texas. The exhibit is asking how these works compare and connect to the figurative concepts that percolate throughout the contemporary art world. For more information about the exhibit, please visit https://www.sculpturemonthhouston.org/2023
Jessica Kreutter grew up in Denver, CO, received a BA in Anthropology/Sociology from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR and received her MFA in ceramics from The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Jessica has been a resident artist at Anderson Ranch, Vermont Studio Center, Art342, PlatteForum, Caldera, Oregon College of Art and Craft, The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and Red Lodge Clay Center. In 2016, she was a recipient of a Houston Arts Alliance Individual Artist Grant. Jessica has shown at Vertigo Gallery (Denver), Castle Gallery (New York), Red Arrow Contemporary (Dallas) and The Mütter Museum in Philadelphia. In Houston, she has exhibited at Art League Houston, BLUEorange and SITE Gallery at the Silos for Sculpture Month Houston. She is a full-time art faculty member at Houston Community College where she teaches ceramics and sculpture.
For more information about Jessica Kreutter and her work, visit: https://www.jessicakreutter.com/