This exhibition round includes works by Julia Curran which will be on view in the First Floor Main Gallery from September 25 – November 16, 2019. Lowe Mill A&E invites patrons and art lovers to join us for Open Studio Night, a building wide experience that includes opening receptions for all six of our gallery spaces. This series gives the public a chance to meet and interact with visiting artists and discuss their work with them as it is on display and available for purchase. Come out, enjoy a pleasant evening and maybe you’ll find that special piece of art that speaks to you!
About the artist:
In a brightly colored barrage of many-layered magnificence artist Julia Curran creates raw homages to the sacred feminine, conflicted ex-votos for the body, and frenzied satire of hyper-masculine insecurities and the apocalyptic pitfalls of capitalist America on steroids. Predominantly a printmaker, she also works in sculpture, performance, painting, and installation in her creative conquests. Julia’s work is of the socio-politically conscious tradition of printmaking, but is also nuanced by the artist’s well-seasoned perspective and understanding of pop culture. Born in Saint Louis, Missouri, Julia is a Fulbright scholar, the youngest member of The Outlaw Printmakers, and received her MFA from Texas A&M University Corpus Christi in 2015.