Juni Van Dyke | Painting is Music You Can See
Opening Reception with the Artist: May 29th 1-5pm
The exhibition continues thru June 27, 2021
Gallery hours : Saturday & Sunday 1-4pm and by chance and appointment @ 917-902-4359
Artist Juni Van Dyke is well known for her rhythmic work infused with color symbolic of balance and harmony, connecting her pastels and drawings to music. In the artist’s words — "There are no walls between the arts. Poetry and dance; painting and music; music and sculpture -- all share commonalities.”
Juni Van Dyke is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and holds an MAT from Tufts University. Since 1996, she has been the Director of the Arts Program at the Rose Baker Senior Center, Gloucester Massachusetts; under her direction, work created by the senior citizens has been exhibited in museums and public institutions in New England. She is the recipient of several awards and grants, including the St. Botolph Foundation Award, Boston; the Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant; and an honorary citation from the Massachusetts Senate for her outstanding contribution to the arts. Van Dyke’s work is held in the permanent collection of the Cape Ann Museum, Gloucester, Massachusetts and in numerous private collections. Her work was selected by Room&Board for inclusion in its limited edition art series and is on view throughout the US in Room&Board locations. Van Dyke lives and works in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA.