Karin Bruckner was born in Switzerland and received her education in Switzerland, Germany and the United States. She holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Technical University in Munich and a Master of Science in Architecture and Building Design from Columbia University in New York, where she has lived since 1988 and raised two children. After working as an architect for Richard Meier & Partners and Philip Johnson Architects in NY she returned to her passion for art. Since 2009 she has participated in a variety of exhibitions nationally and internationally and worked as an artist full time. In 2016 she joined the Make Art Work Program at Carter Burden Network, where she is teaching Printmaking to re-emerging artists.
Karin’s work has sold worldwide and is in private collections in Europe, South America, Australia and the United States. Karin is a represented artist at Susan Eley Fine Art Gallery, NY and the Carter Burden Gallery, NY. Her work has been featured by West Elm and Chilewich as well as online venues such as The Woolfer, Art Crasher, Fresh Rag, Refinery 29, the UGallery blog, and the Printsy blog on Etsy. She was the first artist to be featured on the twitterartexhibit blog. Her work can be seen on her website www.kbmatter.com and is available online on Artsy and 1stdibs through Susan Eley Fine Art.
Karin rounds out her artistic practice by participating in Artists’ Talks, curating shows and writing. She is an active member of the New York Artists’ Circle and the Carter Burden Artist Community.