Have you met…Julia Schwartz?


Introductions can be wonderful things. You can meet interesting people, and make new friends through an introduction. Sometimes you can be introduced to your new favorite food, television show, or artist. I’d like to introduce you to some of my favorite artists.

The artist I’d like to introduce is the painter Julia Schwartz who was recommended to me by the painter David T. Miller.

Julia Schwartz, Land V (carnival), 2011 Oil on canvas 36x40 inches

Julia Schwartz, Land V (carnival), 2011
Oil on canvas 36×40 inches

Julia Schwartz is an artist living and working in Santa Monica, California. Her paintings, deeply influenced by years of psychoanalytic study and practice, have been included on 1000 Living Painters and were featured in New American Paintings 2011 Pacific Coast Edition and in the 2013 New Collectors Book. Her work is collected widely and has been exhibited internationally, including group shows at George Lawson Gallery, Appels Gallery, Marine Art Salon, the Annenberg Beach House, and solo shows at Bleicher Gallery La Brea. She has several upcoming shows in 2013 at Jaus, Marin Community Foundation, and Parallel Art Space. In addition to being a painter, she recently became the Arts Editor for the website Figure/Ground Communication, interviewing visual and other artists about their practice.

candyland 2012 oil on linen 14x11 inches

candyland
2012
oil on linen
14×11 inches

Other material concerning Julia Schwartz:

Studio Critical: Julia Schwartz

ahtcast interview.

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