Abigail Kreuser of Kreuser Gallery

Abigail Kreuser has lived in Colorado Springs since 1983. Through growing up here she has witnessed the potential and growth in the creative community within the Colorado Springs area.
Abby received her BFA in Fine Art Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology and has also studied photography and graphic design at Colorado Mountain College. Upon Graduation in 2003 Abby began Kreuser Gallery, llc specializing in black and white, color, and sepia photographs of children, maternity, weddings, and fine art photography while managing her Mother's business, Purple Mountain Coffee Company. In 2011 her gears shifted and she opened a physical Gallery featuring the works of local Pikes Peak region Artists,  located at 218 West Colorado Avenue in the Arts Depot District. In February 2019 she moved the Gallery to its current location at 125 E Boulder Street 80903 in Downtown Colorado Springs.

The mission of Kreuser Gallery is to create and maintain a dynamic, independent forum providing a venue for established and up-and-coming local artists. She strives to fulfill the need for personal growth, communication and a sense of community among artists and viewers. 
Abby has curated hundreds exhibitions in the Pikes Peak Region and her art has been featured at G44 Gallery, the Manitou Art Center, Soiree, Cottonwood Center for the Arts, Phantom Canyon, Smokebrush, the Warehouse, and many, other locations.
Abby is an advocate for the arts in the Colorado Springs Community and through her 12 years in business, Kreuser Gallery has become a safe place for Artists to express themselves, gather and celebrate.
Abby also works alongside Gundega Stevens of G44 Gallery with their business Curate Your Space where together they curate people's homes and businesses. Bringing in new artwork, curating current works, installing in difficult locations; any project you have, they can help!
You can come visit both of them at their galleries, located directly next door to each other in Downtown Colorado Springs., 121 and 125 East Boulder Street.
So Much Talent - By by Sydney Schardt, Colorado Lifestyle Magazine

Tree - Saw - Paint - By Sean O'Meallie at Kreuser Gallery - Daria Art Magazine Review by Emily Zeek

Falling in Love All Over Again - Susan Edmondson of the Downtown Partnership

Colorado Springs Creative Stays - Andy Vick with The Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region

Colorado Springs Best Of 2023

Shout Out Colorado

Voted Best Photographer in Colorado Springs by CS Indy Voters

Partners in Art - By Alissa Smith, CS Indy

Moving Onward and Upward - By Alissa Smith, CS Indy

Creating Community - CSBJ

Voyage Denver 

The Joy of Owning a Gallery - Griffin Swartzel, CS Indy

Colorado Springs Popular Art Gallery Moves to a New Location - Gazette

Honoring Our Local Artists - Alissa Smith, CS Indy

7 Art Galleries in Colorado Springs, You Don't Want to Miss! -
By Samantha Ripley of Uncover Colorado

Colorado Springs Community Connection - Marjorie Vernelle Blog

Shining Light on Potential - Adam Williams of Humanitou

Lucere - Fine Art Photography Documentary on Local Artists

Community - Adam Williams of Humanitou
Millabo Arts Theatre Signature Series