Julie Davidow is a contemporary artist in Miami, FL. Her practice includes minimal, geometric paintings, graphite drawings, wall murals, and site-specific installations, which reference science and architecture. Exhibitions include the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC; Pérez Art Museum Miami; Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale; Girl’s Club Fort Lauderdale; Tampa Museum of Art, FL; SECCA Winston-Salem, NC; ArtSpace Raleigh, NC; and numerous galleries nationwide. She is the recipient of ARTslant’s 2009 First Prize Golden Frame Award, Chestler Contemporary Visual Arts Award, and Florida Artist Enhancement Award. Her work has been featured in New American Paintings Vol. 52 and 76, Art Papers, Art Districts, Miami Herald and elsewhere, and is included in the permanent collections of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Girl’s Club Fort Lauderdale, FL; EPIC Residence Hotel, Miami; and many private collections. She received her BA in Communications from UNF Jacksonville in 1987 and studied painting at NWSA in Miami (1996-99).
Diagram #38 (Clyfford Still Museum_Brad Cloepfil) (2011) gesso, acrylic, latex enamel on canvas, 64 x 64 in
Diagram #30 (Denver Art Museum_ Daniel Libeskind) (2011) gesso, acrylic, latex enamel on canvas, 48 x 48 in
Diagram #26 (Parrot Origami_Sarah Morris) (2010) gesso,acrylic, latex enamel on canvas, 48 x 48 in