Robert Stuart Salon presents Judith Kalina

From October 22, 2016 to January 22, 2017

Price list available upon request.

Judith Kalina (1938-2014) artist and writer, was born and raised in New York City. Primarily a painter, with an MFA from Brooklyn College, Kalina was also a collagist, a poet, a published author and a teacher. She spent the later part of her work life concentrating on mixed media, creating works that combined text and image, a process that allowed her to discover unpredictable connections and new meanings.

Her work has been exhibited widely and is in many public and private collections including the Monroe Institute, the Omega Institute, The Ringling Museum of Art, the Milner Library and the Ringling School of Art and Design.

As well as exhibiting and publishing, Kalina developed and taught creative and self-expression programs for a wide variety of participants from school teachers and students to wellness practitioners, artists and those who do not necessarily work in the arts. She was director of art and creativity workshops for the Cornelia Street Cafe.

Until her death, Judith Kalina remained an active painter working out of her New York City studio and occasionally traveling with the circus. 

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