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Gail Winbury

Winbury has shown both in the United States and internationally. Her solo and two-person exhibitions include: The Joseph Brodsky Gallery, ETS Headquarter, Princeton, NJ, College of Morris, Randolph, NJ, 73See Gallery, Montclair, NJ, Heinrich Heine Haus, Luneburg, Germany, Gallery 350Bleecker, Manhattan, NY. Winbury’s solo exhibition at The Christine Frechard Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pa. opens October 10th, 2020.
Her work has been in: The Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ, The Ellerslie Museum, Trenton, NJ, The Monmouth Museum of Art, Monmouth, NJ, Carter Burden Gallery, Manhattan, NY, Village West Gallery, Jersey City, NJ, 14C Art Fair, Jersey City, NJ, Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ, St. Peter's University, Jersey City, NJ, College of St. Elizabeth, Morristown, NJ, Aferro Gallery, Newark, NJ, William James College, Newton, Mass, OTAContemporary, Santa Fe, NM, Los Arcos, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and Arte Internazionale, Matera, Italy.
Winbury had an artist residency at: The School of Visual Arts, Manhattan, NY, Edgewood Farms, Castle Hill, Truro Mass and a fellowship with the Bau Foundation, Otranto, Italy. She received an artist grant for Arad, Israel from the Jewish Federation. She currently is the artist in residence at The Co-Co in Summit, NJ. Winbury studied for 15 years with artist Dorothy Yung, and at the School of Visual Arts, Manhattan, NY. She has a BS from the University of Massachusetts, and a Psy.D. from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
Winbury’s oil paintings, collages and books represent the geography of the emotional and psychological world. Her prior work explores; gender, mortality, and childhood memory. She merges nearly 20 years as an artist seamlessly with her 30 years as a psychologist. Her art is owned in private collections in; the States, Italy, Germany, London, UK and in public collections in Copolozus Museum, Athens, Greece and Atlantic Healthcare Commission, NJ .

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