Three Sisters in Soil, soil and gesso, 2018 Painted live for World Soil Day at Cornell University. Kirsten Kurtz with Patty Chan, Shulie Li, Fatma Rekik and Emily Detrick and Shiyi Li. Sold.
Roses, soil and gesso, 2018. This painting was created as part of a community soil painting event at Finger Lakes GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance in Trumansburg NY on June 20th 2018. Principal Artist and organaizer: Kirsten Kurtz. Design: Phoebe Aceto. Supporting artists: Phoebe Aceto, Patty Chan, Shiyi Li and Alexander Fals. Photo: Craig Cramer. Funded by the Cornell Soil Health Laboratory, Soil and Crop Sciences and the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at Cornell University. Sold.
Resilience, soil and gesso, 2018. Kirsten Kurtz. Inquire for price.
Finger Lakes Bounty, soil and gesso, 2018. Kirsten Kurtz. Painted live at the 2018 Ithaca Reggae Fest. Inquire for price.
After Artemis. Soil and Gesso 2017. Kirsten Kurtz. Donated to AAP Women Unite for Equality Show, Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University. Sold.
Harold’s View. Soil and gesso. 2018. Kirsten Kurtz Sold.
Soil, Extra Dirty. Soil and Gesso, 2017. Kirsten Kurtz. Sold.
This soil painting was done live for Ithaca Science Cabaret in 2017. Follow this link for additional details about this event including a video of the entire Science Cabaret.
Nora. Soil and Gesso, 2017. Kirsten Kurtz. Sold.
McGraw Tower. Soil and Gesso, 2015. Kirsten Kurtz with additional artists. This painting was part of a community soil painting event on the Cornell University campus to celebrate World Soil Day 2015. Donated. On permanent display at Cornell University.
Ode to Audubon. Soil and Gesso, 2017. Kirsten Kurtz. Inquire for price.
Self Portrait, Family Portrait Series. Soil and gesso. 2014. Kirsten Kurtz. NFS (My first soil painting)
Community Soil Paintings:
2018 Reggae Festival Community Painting, created by ~100 people at the 2018 Ithaca Reggae Festival. Design: Kirsten Kurtz
2017 World Soil Day Community Painting, This mural was painted by members of the Cornell university community to celebrate World Soil Day 2017. Design: Kirsten Kurtz