Karen Vogel is a printmaker and painter who finds inspiration in the natural world. Exploring the connection between patterns, textures, layers, colors, perspective and scale, she is interested in the parallels between art-making and landscape design, her two passions.
Her prints and paintings have been featured in museums and galleries across the country. Connecticut venues include the Housatonic Museum, (Bridgeport), River Street Gallery (New Haven), Kohn-Joseloff Gallery (Cheshire), Bendheim Gallery (Greenwich), the Center for Contemporary Printmaking (Norwalk), White Gallery (Lakeville) and Fairfield’s Art/Place Gallery, Bruce Kershner Gallery and Fairfield University. In New York, she has shown at the Brooklyn Front Gallery.
Ms. Vogel’s work has been collected by numerous private and corporate patrons. She has completed commissions for the National Academy of Science (Washington, DC) and American Public TV Stations (Washington, DC). Earlier in her career, she was an Art Cons