JULIANNE WALLACE STERLING
disparate impact, 2020
Collage & Oils on Found Object
24 x 24 x .5 in
Signed on Back
A portion of the sale benefits the Education for Change.
"My mixed-media artwork speaks to the disparate impact the virus has had on the community where I teach art, the predominantly Latinx Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland. Following shelter in place, our school created a food bank to help our families through this difficult time. Each week, I was able to deliver food and art supplies to families and see my students. Pictured is one of my students, whose photo I took while we chatted outside his home." —Julianne Wallace Sterling
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Julianne Wallace Sterling is a Bay Area painter born in Southern California. She graduated from UC Riverside with a BS in Economics and pursued post-baccalaureate studies in art at San Francisco State. Her work has been exhibited at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston, Dacia Gallery in New York, A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato and Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland. She was awarded first prize at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art's 2010 Juried Annual. Her work has been written about in the San Francisco Chronicle, art ltd., the East Bay Express, 7x7, and the Art in New England. Ms. Sterling's work was selected for A.I.R. Gallery's 9th Biennial in Brooklyn in March 2011. Most recently, Sterling had a painting selected for the Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition 2019, National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Washington, D.C.
HANGING & CARE
Artwork is ready to hang on the wall (nail needed). Dust with a microfiber cloth to clean.
This work is included in "Through the Looking-Glass" a group exhibition showing August 5 - September 5, 2020 at Voss Gallery. If purchased, the work will be available after the exhibition starting on Sunday, September 6th.
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