Julianne Wallace Sterling’s work is focused on the realities, complexities and human messiness of life as a woman. Her paintings are about little secrets women keep to themselves. As Cornelia Otis Skinner said, “…Women keep a special corner of their hearts for sins they have never committed.”
Julianne Wallace Sterling is a Bay Area painter born in Southern California. She graduated from UC Riverside with a BS in Economics and pursued post-baccalaureate studies in art at San Francisco State. Her work has been exhibited at Dacia Gallery in New York, A.I.R. Gallery in Brooklyn, Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato, and Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland. She was awarded first prize at Marin Museum of Contemporary Art’s 2010 Juried Annual. Her work has been written about in the San Francisco Chronicle, art ltd., and the East Bay Express. Ms. Sterling’s work was selected for A.I.R. Gallery’s 9th Biennial in Brooklyn in March 2011.
Reception: Saturday, May 31, 6-9pm
Oakland Art Murmur First Friday: June 6, 6-9pm
Third Thursday Evening: June 19, 6-8pm