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Julie Heffernan

Julie Heffernan (born 1956 in Peoria, Illinois) is an American painter. David Cohen, art critic of The New York Sun, aptly describes Heffernan's art: "These paintings are a hybrid of genres and styles, mixing allegory, portraiture, history painting, and still life, while in title they are all presented as self portraits."[1]

Heffernan was raised in Northern California and lives in Brooklyn, New York. She received a B.F.A., at the University of California, Santa Cruz and an M.F.A. in Painting and Printmaking at the Yale School of Art.[2] Heffernan is a Professor of Fine Arts at Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, New Jersey. She is represented by PPOW Gallery in New York City, Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco, CA; and Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles, CA. [3]

She is married to Jonathan Kalb, chair of the Theater Department at Hunter College and theater critic, author of "Great Lengths". Heffernan is the mother of two sons: Oliver, the eldest, and Sam.[2]


External links

  • Lux Art Institute Artist Profile: Julie Heffernan
  • Paul Kopeikin Gallery: Julie Heffernan

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