Krista Svalbonas is a mixed media artist. She is heavily influenced by her urban environment and focuses on spatial relationships and architecture when developing abstract pieces and installations.

Svalbonas recently completed a site specific permanent installation at the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University in Lithuania. She has exhibited at the Spartanburg Art Museum in South Carolina; Redline, Space Gallery and Dairy Center of the Arts, Colorado; Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Matteawan Gallery, Opus Projects, The Painting Center, Trestle Gallery, ISE Cultural Foundation, and BWAC, New York; Watchung Art Center and George Segal Gallery, New Jersey; Monterey Peninsula Art Gallery and Wall Gallery, California; and Tubac Center For The Arts, Arizona. She is in the permanent collection of the Cesis Art Museum in Latvia. Svalbonas is a recipient of a Bemis Fellowship, and of residencies from Cooper Union, Vermont Studio Center, and the New Arts Program. She is currently an assistant professor of photography at St. Joseph’s University.



2016 | "For The Love of Farnsworth"
2016 | "Tangent Planes"

Photograph courtesy of the artist

Photograph courtesy of the artist