Julie S Graham has a BA from Hood College in Frederick, MD and an MFA from the Central School of Art in London. She shows at Kingston Gallery, Boston and has work in the Drawing Project at Carroll and Sons. She has shown at Harcus Gallery, Victoria Munroe Fine Art, Chase Gallery, Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, Neilsen Gallery, Creiger-Dane Gallery, Rose Art Museum, and Fuller Museum, Boston and the Currier Gallery of Art, NH; Fredereike Taylor, Stephen Haller Gallery and Art in General in NY; and Ruth Bachofner in LA. Grants and awards include: Massachusetts Cultural Council Award, finalist; Blanche Colman Awards; MacDowell Colony Residency. Graham has also led many International Art Programs.
Julie S Graham lives and works in Boston. Her work focuses on recognition of places and things that are normally overlooked. Inspired by vernacular architecture, her ongoing series of works spring from moments or fragments that are often unseen or hidden. This work refers to moments of juxtaposed forms upon which time, nature and humans have either intentionally or accidentally made their mark. Whether in industrial outskirts, working-class urban areas or temporary shelters around the world, unplanned patterns of form, textures, light and color reflect the character of local cultures and the passage of time.