Julianna Dail

Drawing, Fiber, Sculpture / Installation, Visual / Media

Starting with an investigation of patterns, like those found in storytelling, (mis)communication, textiles, and behaviors; my work speaks about comfort versus security, identity, gender norms, or accountability of actions.

About the Artist

Julianna Dail is a multidisciplinary artist working in drawing, paper sculptures, fiber, and installation and has exhibited extensively throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Solo exhibitions include Realform Project Space in Brooklyn, NY, Frieda O. Weise Gallery in Baltimore, MD, and Groop Multimedia Experimental Gallery in Cleveland, OH. Group exhibitions include George Adams Gallery (NY), CCBC’s The Gallery (MD), Area 405 (MD), Hunter College’s Time Square Gallery (NY), Villa Julie College (MD), Dam, Stuhltrager Gallery (NY), Morgan State’s James E. Lewis Museum of Art (MD), Gallery Four (MD), Case Western Reserve University (OH), Cleveland Institute of Art (OH), Maryland Institute College of Art (MD), Repetti (NY), Maryland Art Place (MD), and School 33 (MD).  Julianna has a BFA concentrating in painting from Kent State and an MFA degree with Departmental Honors from Parsons School of Design. Julianna was awarded a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Grant for works on paper, the Chaim Gross Sculpture Award, and has work in numerous private collections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, New York, Chicago, and Germany.

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