David Cohen in Conversation with David Carbone and Julie Heffernan Tonight at NYSS

Artists David Carbone and Julie Heffernan join moderator David Cohen for ART BOOK REVIEW PANEL  tonight at 6:30pm at the NEW YORK STUDIO SCHOOL OF DRAWING, PAINTING AND SCULPTURE in which they will present readings from, and discuss, The World New Made: Figurative Painting in the Twentieth Century by Timothy Hyman (Thames & Hudson, 2016).

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IMAGE: Julie Heffernan, Oil on canvas, 66 × 68 in / 167.6 × 172.7 cm

Julie Heffernan (b. 1956, Illinois) received her MFA from Yale School of Art (CT), and has been exhibiting widely for the past two decades. Selected exhibitions include those at The Korean Biennial (Korea), Weatherspoon Art Gallery (NC), Tampa Museum Of Art (FL), Knoxville Museum Of Art (TN), Columbia Museum Of Art (SC), Milwaukee Art Museum (WI), The New Museum (NY), The Norton Museum (FL), The American Academy Of Arts And Letters (NY), Kohler Arts Center (WI), The Palmer Museum Of Art (PA), National Academy Of Art (NY), Mcnay Art Museum (TX), Herter Art Gallery (MA), Mint Museum (NC) and Virginia Museum of Fine Art (VA), Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OK) among numerous others. Her work has also been acquired by many of the institutions listed above. The artist is also a Professor of Fine Arts at Montclair State University.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017

Lectures begin at 6:30 pm. Lectures are free and open to the public. Seating may be limited. For inquiries about accessibility, please contact Leeanne Maxey at: lmaxey@nyss.org

#markmoorefineart #julieheffernan #nyss

For more information on available works by Julie Heffernan, please contact: mark@markmoorefineart.com

 

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