Krista Berman is a contemporary multi-disciplinary artist with working studios in both Orlando and Detroit.
She is a 1992 BFA Graduate (Summa Cum Laude) from the University of Michigan School of Art & Design with undergraduate study also at California College of Art.
She has been a resident artist at the acclaimed McRae Art Studios in Orlando for 20 years, following her corporate career working as a Graphic Designer for Anheuser-Busch and Walt Disney World.
Krista has exhibited in numerous galleries, as well as the St. Louis Art Museum, Orlando Museum of Art, Seattle Art Museum and the Birmingham /Bloomfield Art Center. and her work is in private collections across the United States and Europe.
From growing up in the redwood forest with her mother and also working under the tutelage of her father, a noted designer & architect, she integrates the two forces of nature and structure as common themes in her work.
"Our common culture has found its varied and paradoxical links between blind consumption, mass marketing, sexual and political issues, and an indisposable / disposable mentality which greatly impacts the environment. My fascination with these many social and economic contradictions is a response to this phenomenon through objectification, neo-conceptual work and assemblage."