The Ann Flack Boseman Gallery

Current Exhibit : Within the Viewing Area

SEPT. 8-OCT. 7 

Although the ability for humans to observe and predict the weather has been heightened with the development of technology, there is still a great deal of uncertainty, unpredictability, and danger when it comes to these sublime forces. Using experimental screenprinting techniques, Julie Anne Greenberg’s newest body of work is inspired by the named storms that emerge during the hurricane season, and are tracked by meteorologists “Within the Viewing Area.” Julie will also be conducting an Artist’s Talk in the gallery at 7 pm, discussing her research process, why she chose to focus on the medium for weather phenomena, and the process of making the pieces themselves, providing insight for artwork development and method.

Julie Anne Greenberg is a Raleigh-based artist originally from New Jersey. She earned her BFA in Sculpture at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and her MFA in Printmaking at The Ohio State University. Julie shows her work locally and nationally, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Wake Technical Community College. 

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