Julie Fromme

Paintings



Welcome to my site. I was born and raised in southern California.  I moved to New York City to attend Hunter College where I received an MFA in painting. I have exhibited in  group shows  in galleries including White Columns, and the Whitney Museum of Art.

"A totally different approach can be found in Julie Fromme's delightfully goofy 'Onionhead.' This panel also takes advantage of wood's surface features – one of its subject's eyes was originally a knot. But Ms. Fromme also uses thickly textured and striated paint that seems, at times, to have a wonderfully physical existence all its own."
http://www.csmonitor.com/1990/0817/lply.html

  • Theodore F. Wolff, The Christian Science Monitor, August 17, 1990
    (from "The Art of Painting Plywood")




Experience

Symposium Presentation at College Art Association
September – 1991 Washington, DC

Exhibitions

1995
"Fantasy and Form" at Choate House Gallery at Pace University, Pleasantville, NY
1992
Persistence of Painting at Kohn Pedersen Fox Gallery, NYC
1990
With the Grain at Whitney Museum of American Art at Phillip Morris, NYC
1990
With the grain; contemporary panel painting at Whitney Museum of American Art , Fairfield County, Stamford, CT
1990
"Twentieth Anniversary Benefit Exhibition" at White Columns, NYC
1989
New Abstraction at Weatherspoon Gallery, UNC, Greensboro, NC
1989
solo exhibit at Julian Pretto Gallery, New York , NYC
1989
Small Scale Abstraction at Art in General , NYC
1989
at White Columns, NYC
1988
Group Show at 48 Laight Gallery, NYC
1988
Five Painters at PS 122, NYC
1988
Two Person Exhibit with Don Fortenberry at 55 Mercer Gallery, NYC
1986
New Abstract Paintings at Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, NYC