Josephine Bloodgood is an artist and curator living in New York’s Hudson Valley. She has exhibited her work at venues such as the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art; the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Georgia; the Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University; the Osilas Art Gallery, Concordia College, Bronxville, NY; the University Art Museum, SUNY Albany; the Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz; the Schenectady Museum, Schenectady, NY; the Marist College Art Gallery, Poughkeepsie, NY, KMOCA, Kingston, NY, and BAU, Beacon, NY. In 2009, she was invited and showed with five other American artists in the Kunstiendaagse (Ten Days of Art) Festival in Bergen, The Netherlands. She has had numerous solo shows, including those at the Smith Gallery and Callanwolde Fine Art Center in Atlanta and the Unison Arts Center in New Paltz. Her paintings appear in public and private collections, including a mural-size painting in the collection of the Performing Arts Center at the University of Georgia.
Bloodgood received a BFA from SUNY New Paltz in 1989 and a MFA from the University of Georgia in 1996. After living and working in Athens, Georgia for several years, she returned in 2001 to live in the Hudson Valley. She is has worked extensively with museum collections and exhibitions (click here for more info). Bloodgood has also taught drawing and painting at SUNY Ulster since 2002. Previously she taught at Brenau University and the University of Georgia.
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