The Guild of Boston Artists is proud to present a solo exhibition of Michelle Jung’s coastal landscape paintings entitled “Coastal Landscapes: East, West, and the Tropics.”
From the Guild:
Michelle Jung is recognized for her large-scale impasto paintings depicting nature and beauty. Jung finds her inspiration living and working in the beautiful coastal communities of Eastern Massachusetts and Northern California. “My hope is to bring attention to the importance of protecting our environment through the historical tradition and practice of representational oil painting,” Jung explains. Her paintings have been exhibited at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, the Autry Museum of the American West, Mystic Seaport Museum, Santa Paula Art Museum, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Quinlan Visual Arts Center, and the Muscarelle Museum of Art.
About Michelle Jung
Michelle Jung is recognized for her large paintings of majestic seascapes and landscapes. A Connecticut native, Michelle works outdoors from life creating small paintings she uses as references for larger paintings done in studio.
Jung received her MFA in painting from the Academy of Art University, and her BA in art history from Colorado State University. Jung has participated in international and national exhibitions winning several notable awards: Jurors’ Award, California Art Club; Silver Medal, the Guild of Boston Artists; and two Honorable Mentions, Oil Painters of America.
Jung is an elected artist member of the Guild of Boston Artists, the California Art Club, and the Salmagundi Club. She teaches workshops and is active in the following professional affiliations: American Impressionist Society, American Society of Marine Artists, and Oil Painters of America.
The artist maintains two studios: one in Wellesley, Massachusetts, and the other in Santa Cruz, California.
“Coastal Landscapes: East, West, and the Tropics” is on view at the Guild of Boston Artists through October 27, 2018.
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