Animals by June Kosloff
My art ranges from iconic animals to abstract mixed media. Many of the animal subjects are from photos of undomesticated animals, some of which are endangered species. The expressiveness of the emotional life of animals is what compels me to paint and draw these animals. I continually see how fragility and resiliency are intertwined and cannot exist without each other.
Artist Featured in Exhibition
June Kosloff is an artist and curator based in LIC and Manhattan. A former music business executive with over 15 years of experience, June has a professional marketing and sales background focusing on artist development, and has worked with artists that include the Verve, David Bowie, Janet Jackson, and more. She is a Programming Director and Board member at Local Project Gallery Space in LIC, NY. June has curated multiple shows at Local Project, and created the "Music Under the 7”series in 2011 for emerging music. In 2014, she co-produced the “Crossroads” audio CD featuring emerging poets and musicians from all over the globe. She has curated shows at the Fountain Gallery, NYC, the Outsider Art Fair, the Metro Fair and others. Kosloff is also the executor of her late uncle Dick Lubinsky’s art collection, which has shown at the American Visionary Art Museum, Erie Art Museum, Fountain Gallery, and numerous art fairs.
Kosloff serves on the Steering Committee of the Fountain Gallery in NYC.
June has BALA from SUNY Purchase and has studied at the Arts Students League in NY.