Abby Kreuser does a lot of things. She has at least three jobs, plus is a full-time mom to a toddler son, Caius.
She has been in the coffee business for more than half her life, and continues as a roaster producing coffee for a local shop. With her expertise in photography, Abby also is an email concierge for a company that sells photography gear.
And then there’s what she might be most known for, her art curation and ownership of Kreuser Gallery in Colorado Springs. Abby, 38, also is a recognized artist, most recently having won the Pikes Peak Arts Council Excellence in Visual Arts Award.
I first encountered Abby’s photography last year through her Lucere exhibit. When she sat down with Humanitou, we talked about the give-and-take and purpose of that project.
We also talk about artist insecurities, multipotentiality and why Abby runs her gallery differently than 90 percent of gallerists. And she shares about an experience that shapes her approach to life, motherhood and just plain being a good person.
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