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printmaker

Juergen Strunck, American printmaker. Member of National Academy of Design (academician since 1994).

Background

Strunck, Juergen was born in 1943 in Germany. Naturalized.

Education

Student, University Munich, Germany, 1964—1965. Student, University Munich, Germany, 1966—1976. Student, Wichita State University, Kansas, 1965—1966.

Master of Arts, University Dallas, Irving, Texas, 1970. Master of Fine Arts, University Dallas, Irving, Texas, 1970.

Career

Faculty Cistercian Preparatory School, Irving, Texas, 1967—1968. Professor printmaking University Dallas, since 1968. Faculty Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1973, 1975—1976.

Summer faculty University Washington, Seattle, 1976.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-man shows include Martha Gault Art Gallery, Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania, 1990, Slocumb Galleries, Eastern Tennessee State University, 1993, Warehouse Living Arts Center, Corsicana, Texas, 1993, Dutch Phillips & Company Fine Art, Fort Worth, Texas, 1994, University Art Gallery, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, 1994, University Texas, Tyler, 1995, Museu Nacional de Bellas Artes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1995, Spring Creek Gallery, Collin County Community College, Plano, Texas, 1996, exhibited in group shows at 10th Norwegian International Print Triennale, Fredrikstad, Norway, 1992, Southern Graphics Council, University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1992, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, 1993, National Center for Fine Arts of Egypt, Giza, 1993, 1st International Print Triennale Colour in Graphic Art, District Museum, Old Town Hall, Torun, Poland, 1994, San Angelo Museum Fine Arts, Texas, 1994, 170th Annual Exhibition, National Academy of Design, New York City, 1995, La Societe International des Beaux-arts, Trammell Crow Center, Dallas, 1996, ArtCentre of Plano, Texas, 2003, others, Represented in permanent collections Library. Of Congress, others. Workshop presenter, lecturer, panelist, juror.

Membership

Member of National Academy of Design (academician since 1994).