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Eclipse Artisan Boutique
More than 200 local and regional artisans:
203 Racine Drive, 910-799-9883, EclipseArtisanBoutique.com
Hand carved — wheel thrown
terra cotta planter
12 inches high by
12 ½ inches wide
after being seen
in the pages of
“Water Lily” by Angie Sinclair, 18 x 24 inches, oil on canvas.
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Unexpected Encounter, 15 x 12 inches, cyanotype hand
printed on watercolor paper.
One show that did take place in 2020 was at Art in
Bloom Gallery of downtown Wilmington. On a whim,
Krueger entered a small collection of his cyanotype
images. To his surprise, several sold before the show
“His technique is just fantastic, and I’ve noticed other
people have a strong response to his work too, taking
all his experience, not only with technique but with life
and that comes through with his art,” says Amy N. Grant,
Art in Bloom Gallery owner.
When not on the road, Krueger begins his days in
Wilmington at Burnt Mill Creek, where there has been a
family of owls.
“I’d wake up every morning to get down there at first
light. I got there one morning and I saw the babies. I
set my tripod down and I thought, ‘Where’s the mom?’
I turned around and she was on my tripod,” he laughs.
“And, my cameras were underneath my tripod, so I got
my phone and took her picture, and it was just such a
That photograph of the mama owl printed using the
cyanotype process recently sold at Art in Bloom Gallery.
“Never stop learning, never stop trying something
new,” Krueger says.
Even if it’s something old.