Fri, 25 February 2011

The lovely Paula Ogier interviewed me for her art blog, "Boston Art Images." The interview can be found here. I also recommend checking out the rest of her blog, as it's full of interesting articles.


Fri, 25 February 2011

A few months ago I was contacted by a man named Frank Capozzi, who was doing research to compile a chronological list of works on the topic of Judith and Holofernes. A few days ago he sent me the link to the article, published in the Italian journal Rivista di Studi Italiani. My work is mentioned in page 2 of the introduction, ""The most unusual depiction is by the American artist, Judith G. Klausner, who has done a three-dimensional depiction of the decapitation of Holofernes with mantises, fabric, paint, clay, and sand."
Bibliographical information is also included on page 285.

Article can be found here.


Fri, 25 February 2011

I am delighted and grateful to have received an Artist Fellowship Grant from the city of Somerville for the year of 2011. From their site:

"The Somerville Arts Council is one of the only four LCCs in the state which offers Artist Fellowships--funding for individual artists to continue their work. This category was developed because the Somerville Arts Council is committed to supporting the on-going work of local artists."

I am excited to push my creative explorations with the new opportunities afforded to me by this support!

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