Installed Work

“Dusk is for Lovers”, Oil Painting and Monotype Collage on view. Group exhibition titled “Narration Within the Materials”. T & Y projects, Tokyo Japan. October through December 2022

“Creekside Lovers”, ink wash on view as part of group exhibition ‘Preview #12″. Sheila and Richard Riggs Gallery, Baltimore MD. February 2022

“Ouroboros II”, an editioned print on view in the 15/15 Gallery, Baltimore MD. October 2021- February 2022

19 works were exhibited at Julia’s solo show, “Of Saturation”, including paintings, prints, and poetry. This exhibition was a jury awarded student show, and took place in Maryland Institute College of Art’s Gateway gallery. February 25th to March 22nd

A collection of five oil paintings were included in Maryland Institute College of Art’s exhibit titled “Preview #5”. The exhibition included senior thesis work, junior independent work, and sophomore work.

Five oil paintings and one charcoal drawing were included in Maryland Institute College of Art’s figurative exhibition “Go Figure”.

Grief as a Green Fruit and Her Danes were featured in Miami at the 2018 Young Arts Winners Exhibition. The two paintings were part of the silver awarded portfolio.

Grief as a Green Fruit was awarded “Best in Show” and “Teacher’s Choice Award” at the 52nd annual BCPS arts exhibition. May 2017

Installation views of Julia’s Senior Showcase, Bearings, at Carver Center, exhibiting 40+ original paintings, drawings, digital works, and sketchbooks. May 2017

Julia was asked to donate an at-site, live painting to be auctioned at the BCPS State of the Schools event. April 2017

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Pandora and the Lenten Rose was selected to be part of a student exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art.

Installation view of Art is for everyone: Baltimore County Public Schools Art Exhibition (May 18, 2016- May 22, 2016)
Photography By: Mitro Hood