IN CELEBRATION OF THE ARTIST, RENATE DRUKS






Renate Druks was a prolific painter and filmmaker, a member of bohemian society that included Anais Nin, John Houseman and Kenneth Anger.  Among her most notable contributions to the avant garde world were:  her appearance in the legendary Kenneth Anger film Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome (1954); the pioneering and beguilingly odd short film, "Space Boy," that she directed (1973); and her central role in the famous diaries of Anais Nin.  The artwork of the late Renate Druks has been largely unavailable, but is now available for public view and purchase on this site.  Please direct inquiries to: 

renatedruksart@gmail. com

This whimsical piece is the artists' self-portrait done in 1993.  She had depicted herself wearing one of the elaborate coats that she painted and oFten wore to gatherings.


 
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   The founders of www.renatedruksart.com have been friends with the late Renate Druks since her Malibu days.  We are art lovers and amateur collectors, located in Los Angeles, dedicated to sharing Renate's work and passion -- we are committed to bringing her technical genius and unique vision back before the public eye.

Contact us at renatedruksart@gmail.com


 
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