Onesti Krieger, a North Dakota native, is visual Artist specializing in oil and acrylic Abstracts. Her passion for the arts appeared during her childhood years and continues to grow. Art has always been her favorite subject, and she feels it can be found everywhere and in everything.
Her mission is to share her love of art and bring awareness to the importance of expression through the creative process. She feels this enlightens the lives of everyone, and locally in residents and visitors who spend time in North Dakota.
Onesti has donated artworks for public enjoyment and has been on exhibit locally at the Mondak Heritage Center, The Old Armory, and The James Memorial Art Center. She is a member of Williston Area Visual Artist (WAVA), a group of local artists with a variety of mediums and talents. WAVA has group showings at all the aforementioned locations and often exhibits the groups Quarterly Challenges.
Onesti attended Williston State College and Moorhead State University, where she studied as an Art major. She currently holds an Executive position on the Board of the North Dakota Council on the Arts and works with several local committees to continue to bring awareness of the Arts. Onesti is the Proprietor of Transition Painting based out of Williston, ND.
Counties served (figures taken from 2018 census): Divide County, population 2,283; Williams County, population 35,350; McKenzie County, population 13,632