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Kristin DeGeorge (born in US, 1964) studied Fine Arts with painters such as Emma Amos and Joan Semmel at Mason Gross School of the Arts, (New Jersey, USA) receiving her Bachelors of Arts from Rutgers University (1987). DeGeorge has a passion for language that led her early on to Spain, whose artistic traditions, customs and landscapes have deeply influenced her work. In Barcelona, she studied graphic design and printmaking at EINA Escola de Disseny (1989-91), where she worked with artists and designers such as Rosa Tarruella, Patricio Vélez and Claret Serrahima.


She became involved in the “Barcelona Posat Guapa” campaign as Coordinator of Chromatic Research for the "Las Façanas de la Rambla" under the direction of architect Josep-Emili Hernández-Cros (1991-92). In 1998, she gave birth to her daughter Emma. She founded KDCARDS, creative factory of hand made cards that changed the face of invitations in Spain.

DeGeorge currently works out of her studio "La Charnière" in France and in Hot Springs, Arkansas, and keeps close ties to master printer Ivan Araujo's studio in Madrid. She is member of the Arkansas Artist Registry and Arkansas Society of Printmakers. She is founder of the international women's printmaking project “A R T ï T S” .

Permanent collections include: The Arkansas Arts Council, US Embassy, Madrid; the National Library of Spain, Open Access Law, Little Rock; Café de Colombia, Des Lettres, Paris, European Professional Women’s Network, Madrid.

Selected Exhibitions


  • Pigments and Process: Arkansas Printmakers. Second Floor Gallery, Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia

  • Guerrière ! Kristin DeGeorge. Curated by Synthèse, Meyrargues, France


  • Sous le soleil, exactement, First A R T ï T S exhibition, Centre Epidaure, Montpellier, France.

  • 7eme Fête de l’Estampe et Portes Ouvertes, Atelier la Charnière, La Roque d’Anthéron

  • LIMITED EDITIONS. Hot Springs, Arkansas, USA. On invitation by curator Donna Dunnahoe

  • April Exhibit. Justus Gallery, Hot Springs, Arkansas


  • Pathways: An Exhibition of Large Format and Experimental Printmaking. Curated by Brian Young and Jessie Hornbrook. Baum Gallery, UCA, Conway Arkansas, USA

  • National Museum of Women in the Arts, Arkansas Committee Artists Registry 2017-2018


  • From Madrid to Marseille, trajectoire de vie. Galerie Paradigme, Marseille

  • National Museum of Women in the Arts, Arkansas Committee Artists Registry 2017-2018


  • Tikkun Olam. Permanent installation, Open Access Law, Little Rock, Arkansas

  • Made in Spain, Weapons of Unwelcome. Walter England Gallery, ASU Beebe, Arkansas

2012  Warriors. Galería Hartmann-La Santa, Barcelona

2012 Works on Paper and Metal, de Pata Negra, Madrid 

1997 Wishbone. Works on paper. Padam, Padam, Barcelona 

1995 Inside/Out. Casino de Aguilas, Murcia. Paper drums


  • Coffee Break: Tertulia en Imágenes. Washington Irving Cultural Center,

       US Embassy in Spain, Madrid, sponsored by Café de Colombia


Photo: Hélène Desplechin

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