Deborah Kruger has done a series of pieces based on the map of Cambodia, which is the last remaining habitat of the elegant and nearly extinct Bengal Florican. Cambodia is the second piece in the series and is distinguished by flecks of red, orange and yellow throughout the piece.
The feathers from recycled plastic bags that are screen printed with images of endangered birds and overprinted with text in endangered languages such as Yiddish, Shorthand, numerous indigenous languages and excerpts of Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring.
My studio in Lake Chapala supports several local Mexican women and their families. I need their help to build large-scale art and sculpture that I exhibit in museums and galleries in the US and Mexico. When you buy products on Deborah Kruger Designs, your money is also going directly to support and empower women!