Subjectiv. and The Ford Gallery of Art Feature Paintings by Julianna Paradisi

I’m delighted to announce that five of my landscape resin paintings have been published in the Spring 2021 issue of Subjectiv., a journal of visual and literary arts of the Pacific Northwest, including Idaho. Subjectiv. is the brainchild of Portland artist Riis Griffen. The issue can be viewed in magazine format. My images begin on page 86, or you can click the link with my name from the table of contents.

Spring 2021 issue cover of Subjectiv.

I encourage you to read Subjectiv. It includes interviews of artists, poetry, and lots of images of created by talented artists. I’m grateful to have my paintings included.

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Tree Line with Lens Flare II, resin and mixed media on wood 12″ x 16″ x 1 3/4″ 2020 by Julianna Paradisi. One of 5 images featured in the Spring 2021 issue of Subjectiv.

The Ford Gallery of Art

At the end of April, I am included in the forthcoming cycle of Artists on Rotation at The Ford Gallery of Art in Portland, Oregon. Located at 2505 SE 11th Ave Portland, OR 97202, The Ford Gallery of Art features contemporary artwork by emerging artists. Visits to the physical gallery are by appointment at this time due to the pandemic; gallerist Heidi Krohn, has adapted by creating a robust online store on their website, where artwork can be seen and purchased.

I’m excited to be included in the Artists on Rotation project, at The Ford Gallery of Art. I’ll post more about this once my rotation begins. Follow The Ford Gallery of Art on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

6 Comments

  1. 🎉Congratulations 🎉 You just keep getting more and more talented! It has been so fun to watch you grow into who you truly are.

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