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The Mamaroneck Artists Guild,
located in the village of Larchmont, Town of Mamaroneck was founded in 1953, and is the oldest artists' co-operative, maintaining its own not-for-profit gallery, in Westchester County. Today, the Guild comprises over two hundred 2D & 3D member artists, many of whom have achieved national recognition.

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Jill S. Krutick

“The Evolution of
Color and Texture”


Elektra - oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

"Elektra"
oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

March 3 to March 28, 2015

Reception, Saturday, March 7 - 3 to 5 pm

The artist will be at the gallery on Sundays during her show from Noon-3pm in March to discuss her work

Gallery Hours:
Tuesday thru Saturday Noon to 5 PM
And by appointment



Autumn Sleeves - oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

"Autumn Sleeves"
Oil on Canvas


Plenty - oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

"Plenty"
Oil on Canvas


Bedroom Slippers - oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

"Bedroom Slippers"
Oil on Canvas


Purple Ice Cube -oil on canvas by Jill S. Krutick

"Purple Ice Cube"
Oil on Canvas



Jill S. Krutick is a modern painter who has a lifelong fascination with color and texture.  Currently residing in Scarsdale, New York, her work is inspired by Monet, Van Gogh, Rothko and other abstract expressionists. She uses color and texture to express her intuitive feelings and to create a reality that is ultimately defined by the viewer.  Inspired by the shapes around her and a lifelong appreciation of observing nature, Ms. Krutick typically uses a palette knife to layer, scrape and rework many of her oil paintings until she achieves harmony and balance.  She has been featured in numerous exhibitions; and her works are displayed in corporate and private collections across the country.  She will be exhibiting a cross section of geometric and abstract expressionist styles.


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