June Edmonds is a painter and public artist that has shown her work locally at Avenue 50 Gallery for a One Woman Show and two person and group shows at California African American Museum, Huntington Beach Art Center, Watts Towers Art Center and the Korean Cultural Center to name a few venues. She has shown internationally as well. June has completed works of public art in the city of Los Angeles including a mosaic installation at Pacific Station in Long Beach with the MTA. Other public art commissions June has self-fabricated and completed are also in Los Angeles at the Algin Sutton Recreation Center Pool House and Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic.
June has been a recipient of grants with the Department of Cultural Affairs in Los Angeles, the California Arts Council. She has also done residencies including Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Toas, New Mexico and The Artist Residency in Paducah, Kentucky starting February 2017.
June received an MFA from Tyler School of Art, Bachelors degree from San Diego State University and currently resides and works in Los Angeles.
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