JUNE GLASSON (1979-)
Pen, Ink and watercolour on paper
Newly-framed in polished aluminium as pictured
June Glasson is an American artist, illustrator, and designer. Working across a variety of media, Glasson creates works that are by turns realistic, whimsical, and surrealistic. Her paintings are frequently characterized by multiple washes of diaphanous colour, lending them an ethereal quality.
Glasson’s work has been exhibited in private and public institutions including the National Portrait Gallery in London, Nature Morte Gallery in Berlin, the Nicolaysen Museum in Casper and various New York and stateside galleries and museums. They have also appeared in New American Paintings, the Paris Review, the Wall Street Journal, Guernica, Versal, Asymptote, People, Domino, Sand Journal, and Diner Journal as well as the film My Idiot Brother. In 2011 she was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists Books. She has also designed and fabricated exhibitions and displays for the Center for Urban Pedagogy, Bergdorf Goodman, Bumble and Bumble, and Crumpler Bags. She is a co-founder of the Wyoming Art Party. She lives and works in Laramie, Wyoming.