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Judith Brassard Brown
1978 Master of Fine Arts, Boston University, School of Visual Art,
855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
1993-present Professor, Montserrat College of Art,
23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915; Painting and Foundation Departments;
Spring 2007 Visiting Full-time, Chester College of New England, Chester NH; Life I, Drawing I and Professional Practice.
Spring 2005 Visiting Full-time, Department of Visual
and Performing Arts, Worcester State College, Worcester, MA;
1986-1993 Lecturer, Northeastern University’s Department
of Art and Architecture, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115.
1979-1987 Associate Professor, The Art Institute of
Boston, 700 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02115. Printmaking and
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2020 ‘On the Rise and the Fall v.2’ at the Kingston Gallery in Boston, December 9, 2020-January 19, 2021; Kingston Conversation
2020 ‘On the Rise and the Fall v.1’ at Art Gallery, Anna Maria College, Worcester, MA from Feb 14th through April 19th, 2020.
2016 ‘Smallish’with artist book of poetry and paintings at the Kingston Gallery in Boston, MA; July
2015 ‘From the Ground Up’ at Kingston Gallery in Boston, MA; April 29th-May 30th, Trifold essay by Shana Dumont
2012 ‘Blessed Unrest’ at the Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA; May 29th-June 30th; trifold with essay by Laura Tonelli
2009-10 Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, “Out of Time”, 86 Alden Road, Duxbury, MA; November 14th, 2010 – February 14th, 2010;
2009 ‘Out of Time’ at the Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA; March 3-28
2007 “Somewhere Between” solo exhibition of new work at the Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA; May 9th-June 24th, 2007; catalog
2006 “Ancestor”, new paintings at Kingston Gallery, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA; December.
2003 “Beautiful Spaces”, new paintings at ARA Gallery, Wenham, MA; September, 2003
2001 “Into the Yellow”, new paintings, Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street in Boston, MA, April
2000 ‘Connections’, sabbatical exhibition at the Schlossberg Gallery of Montserrat College of Art
1999 “Memory:Passages”, new paintings at the Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, May 4th-30th. Catalog.
1997 Montserrat College of Art’s Alumni Gallery, “Parallel Worlds”.
1996 “Views from Abroad”, an exhibition of new landscapes at the Arden Gallery, Boston, MA.
1993 “Actions Speak”, an exhibition of new work at the Arden Gallery, Boston, MA.
1992 “A Victim of Passion”, an exhibition of new works on paper at the Harvey Gallery, 251 Newbury Street, Boston, MA.
1990 “The Big Mad”, an exhibition of new works on paper at the Harvey Gallery, 251 Newbury Street, Boston, MA.
1981 “InnerViews”, Fox Graphics Gallery, 36 Bromfield Street, Boston, MA (Boston Globe, 12/27/81).
1979 Galleria Il Mandracchio in Trieste, Italy (Feature Article in Il Piccolo, August 16,1979).
1976 “Hysterical Fugues”, new paintings at the Bromfield Gallery,
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2016: ‘Double Visions' at The Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA, May 8 – September 4th, 2016,
2015: Cerulean Arts Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, September 2 – 26th, 2015
2015: The Dorchesterway: Spoke Gallery at Medicine Wheel, January 28-March 15th, at 110 K Street, South Boston, MA
2012 Paintings: Judith Brassard Brown at Cell Systems Technology, Beverly, MA; Curated by Art Focus
2011 ‘The Back Forty’, an exhibition featuring twenty artists chosen in celebration of its’ 40th anniversary
2010 Kingston Gallery Annual Member’s Show, 450 Harrison Avenue, Boston, MA; September
2007 “Anniversary Show”, members show at Kingston
Gallery, Boston, MA 02118
2005 “Site Lines”, members show at Kingston Gallery,
Boston, MA 02118 “Small Works”, nationally juried show at
2003 “Hold Still”, with W. Perry Barton and Linda
Szabo White at StudioSoto, Boston, MA and traveling to the Shlosburg
2001 “Memories, Reflection and Self”, group exhibition
at HallSpace Gallery in Boston, MA. Photography and mixed media work;
2000 “Charged”, group exhibition at the Kingston Gallery in Boston, MA
1999 “Beyond Monotype”, 24 artists working with experimental
printmaking processes at the Attleboro Museum,
1998 ArtCetera Auction, Boston Center for the
Arts. Included in catalog.
1997 13th Annual Pearl Street Open Studios, November
9th, (Featured in Boston
1996 Track Five”, a multi-media installation
at Brickbottom Artist Studios in
1995 “Spaces and Places”, an exhibition of landscapes
by JBBrown, Mary Sipp-Green and Scott Duce at The Arden Gallery, Boston,
1992 “Body and Soul”, new work by JBBrown, Elli
Crocker, River Karmen and Ellen LeBow at the Hopkins Gallery, in Wellfleet,
1989 “Works on Paper” with Ellen LeBow at The Hopkins Gallery, Wellfleet, MA.
1986 “Six from Boston” an exhibition with Larry
Pryor, Kenny Fitzpatrick, Annette Browne, Carolyn Ayotte and W. Perry
Barton at the
1985 “Figuratively”, a juried exhibition at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (included in catalog).
1984 “The Human Condition”, eight artists, eight
poets at The Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence,
1983 “Four Realist Painters” at the Adam L. Gimbel Gallery of Contemporary Art, 15 E. 49th Street, NY, NY.
1982 “Works on Paper”, the Adam L. Gimbel Gallery
of Contemporary Art, NY, NY
9/12 Arlene Mason, Coverage (featured image) of XXX, the 30th Anniversary Show of the Kingston Gallery in Boston in Dig, Boston
8/12 Irene Michelman, Review, The Back Forty at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, Summer edition, ArtScope Magazine
3/10 Susan Boulanger, Review of ‘On Her Own’ Judith Brassard Brown at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA. March edition, Art NewEngland
11/15/03 ArtsMedia Magazine, interview and pictures by Loren King.
11/9/97 “A Small Gem in Dorchester: Pearl Street Studios”, by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Sunday Globe.
7/23/91 ‘Ecco I colori del mare’, Il Picolo (daily newspaper), Trieste, Italy
7/21/85 “23 N. E. artists present variations on a theme”, by Robert Taylor; photograph of ‘Lillian Brown’ by JBBrown, Boston Sunday Globe
August, 1987 “Outlaw Artists”, by Bob Israel, Boston Magazine
April 11th, 1982 “Renaissance in Dorchester”, by Katherine Kilgore, The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine
12/7/79 “Una Voce Dall’America”, by Luigi Danelutti
in magazine of Il Piccolo, Trieste, Italy
2014-2016 Art in Giving, Wellesley, MA
2005-present The Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA
1993-2005 The Arden Gallery, 129 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
1994-1995 The Rice-Polak Gallery, 230 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA
1988-1993 The Hopkins Gallery, Wellfleet, MA
1988-1992 The Harvey Gallery, 251 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
1982-1984 The Adam L. Gimbel Gallery of Contemporary Art, 15 E. 49th Street, NY, NY
1975-1979 Artist Member of the Bromfield Gallery,
2006 Cornelia Grant, Montserrat College of Art
1998-present Who’s Who in American Teachers.
1999 Luz Dorrien Award for Excellence in Teaching, Montserrat College of Art; first annual award.
1978, 1979 Awarded Artist Residency, Millay Colony
for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York
PERSONAL AND EXTRAS
2014-2016 Bosrd of Advisors; Curator; Art in Giving, an organization dedicated to supporting pediatric cancer research through exhibitions and permanent installation of art work www.artingiving.com
2006-07 Visiting Artist: Oregon College of Arts and Crafts, UCal/Davis in Perugia, Italy; Chester College of New England.
1984-present Co-Owner, Developer of Pearl Street Studios, a complex of artist live/work spaces
1988-97 Co-founder, Director of a non-profit organization,
The Boston Visual School, which ran Summer Intensive Studio Programs
1998-present Summer Intensive Studio Programs in Viterbo,
Italy; continues under Montserrat College of Arto continue active
January, 2000 Sabbatical semester
May, 2006 Faculty Speaker, Montserrat Graduation
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