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June Ahrens and Judith Steinberg

June Ahrens and Judith Steinberg

June Ahrens has exhibited her sculptures and installations throughout the U.S. and Europe. Selected solo exhibitions include Museum of Outdoor Art, Denver, Colorado; “Fragile States”, Kemper Museum, “Hiding in Plain Site”, Kansas City, Missouri; “Today?s Tomorrow” at the Trustman Gallery, Simmons College, Boston; “Personal Affects”: Wishes and Dreams at the Housatonic Museum in Bridgeport, Connecticut; “Hiding in Plain Site” at Silvermine Guild of Arts, New Canaan, Connecticut; and “Revealed/Concealed” at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland.

Selected group exhibitions include at Chesterwood Sculpture Park, Stockbridge, Massachusetts; Supermarket Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden; Exit Art, New York; and Mead Museum of Art, Amherst, Massachusetts, among many others. June has also participated in numerous community-based public artworks.

June graduated summa cum laude with a BFA from SUNY Purchase and attended advanced seminars at Yale University.

She was nominated for the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant 2012. She has received individual grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Connecticut Commission on the Arts, the Polaroid Foundation Grant, and the Duracell International Grant. She was elected to the Sculptors Guild and was deemed a 2010 “Artist To Watch” by Art New England magazine. There have also been numerous articles, essays, and catalogues published about her work. June currently lives and works in New Canaan, Connecticut.

Judith Steinberg has exhibited in numerous museums and galleries. She has had solo exhibitions at the Stamford Museum, the Gallery of Contemporary Art (Sacred Heart University), the Hurlbutt Gallery, the Flinn Gallery, SOHO20 in New York, and De Amsteltuin sculpture garden in the Netherlands. Her studio explorations began with photography and have taken her to painting, printmaking, collage, and sculpting.

Judith is an elected member of the Silvermine Guild as well as the Sculptors Guild. She has had public installations on Governors Island, in White Plains, Armonk, and Hartsdale, New York; Stamford, Wilton, and New London, Connecticut; and Weston, Massachusetts. She recently completed a large outdoor commission for Sacred Heart University and has installed three large sculptures in the Robert Webb Sculpture Garden in Dalton, Georgia. Judith currently lives and works in Stamford, Connecticut.

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