A multi-faceted artist, Karen Feuer-Schwager currently expresses her emotions, experiences and dreams through a neo-expressionistic style. Whether working on canvas, plexiglas or Polaroid film, her work has a sensual and highly tactile quality that has evolved from techniques developed over a lifetime of making art.
Widely exhibited throughout Southern California, her artistic career began at an early age fostered by her father, a cartoonist. Moving from the studio to classroom, Karen began teaching art after graduation from Temple University in 1965. She has taught classes and provided needed instruction to various institutions as an art-therapist and working with learning disabled children.
Currently residing in Laguna Beach, California, she has lived and exhibited in New York, France and Switzerland.
Selected Curriculum Vitae
1988 – Master of Education, USIU
1978 – Le Centre de Gravure de Geneve, Switzerland
1966 – 1980 Don Stacy Studio, New York
1965 – BFA, Tyler School of Fine Art, Temple
2006 – “For Shame”, BC Space, Laguna Beach, CA
2005 – Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA
2004 – BC Space, Laguna Beach, CA
2004 – Sandstone Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
2001- Grand Central Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA
2001- Gallery 57 Underground, Pomona, CA
2000 – Center Gallery, Long Beach, CA
1999 – San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, CA
1995 – Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA
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