Founder & Principal

 

Norma Krieger
Founder & Principal | The Krieger Creative Group (KCG)

NORMA KRIEGERNorma is a Pratt Institute graduate, curator, art educator, artist representative, photographer and serves as part of a team of U.S.V.I. Tourism Ambassadors

Born in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, and raised in New York City, Norma is based in N.Y.,����and is principal of the Krieger Creative Group (KCG). (KCG) represents award winning visual artists and is a special brand to the market, a perfect blend of FINE ART and BRANDING.  KCG provides creative communications strategies and solutions to clients who want to make an impact in their industry. KCG is made up of experienced creative professionals with accomplished careers that collectively span 30 years.

Norma has an extensive and accomplished professional art career that spans two decades. Her professional background is varied and accomplished in the fields of corporate industry, academic institutions and cultural institutions. ����She has worked for Black Enterprise Magazine, Ogilvy & Mather Advertising, N.Y. and has taught at Rochester Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute Graduate School.

For fourteen years, Norma was a senior art buyer, print producer for Ogilvy & Mather, N.Y. (O&M) the legendary Madison Avenue advertising, marketing and communications agency. There she produced large complex, print production projects with a $10-million dollar annual budget, working on major brands such as IBM and American Express. Norma simultaneously managed monthly exhibitions at Ogilvy & Mather’s (O&M) exclusive corporate gallery.

In addition, Norma is owner of the BROOKLYN | ART SALON | PRIVATE GALLERY. The Art Salon’s series is the educational component and arm of the Krieger Creative Group (KCG). Art Salon’s are held to showcase visual artists; host forums and 
gatherings of art aesthetics conversations to help foster 
the exchange of ideas. The Art Salon has held rare discussions that of which are normally relegated to academic and cultural institutions attended by��artists and art enthusiasts who take the time to participate, contribute and engage in meaningful conversations on art.

As photographer, Norma’s distinctively framed sepia tone photographs and her collection of artist portfolio: collector’s series, mini-books entitled, ���Visions, St. Croix U.S. Virgin Islands, 1700s to Present” are available.