Fran Shalom

Fran Shalom has exhibited widely throughout the United States, including   the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge Mass, and the Newark Museum. Her work is included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, the Rose Art Museum and the Biblioteque Nationale in Paris.

She has been the recipient of a Pollack Krasner Arist Grant, a MacDowell Colony Fellowship and an Art Omi Residency. She is represented by the Kathryn Markel Gallery in New York City.

The book mentioned in the interview is A Shoe Story by Lesley Chamberlain.

Untitled, 2021, 24×24” oil on panel
Rendevous,2020, 24×24” oil on panel
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  1. […] Fran Shalom spoke to us from Jersey City, just across the Hudson from the Lower West Side of Manhattan, where she has lived for seven years. She describes the area as a growing community where she holds a studio inside a converted industrial space. Lower rents than can be found in Manhattan and Brooklyn draw people to Jersey City. Of course, the last year of pandemic and political strife has been strange on a personal level as well as within the community. For Shalom herself, the year has brought the non-COVID illness of both of her parents as well as the sudden, unexpected death of her brother. Despite this, she has had the refuge of her studio. To hear more from Shalom about her abstract, whimsical work, her experience of this extraordinary time and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Fran Shalom spoke to us from Jersey City, just across the Hudson from the Lower West Side of Manhattan, where she has lived for seven years. She describes the area as a growing community where she holds a studio inside a converted industrial space. Lower rents than can be found in Manhattan and Brooklyn draw people to Jersey City. Of course, the last year of pandemic and political strife has been strange on a personal level as well as within the community. For Shalom herself, the year has brought the non-COVID illness of both of her parents as well as the sudden, unexpected death of her brother. Despite this, she has had the refuge of her studio. To hear more from Shalom about her abstract, whimsical work, her experience of this extraordinary time and more, listen to the complete interview. […]

  3. […] Fran Shalom spoke to us from Jersey City, just across the Hudson from the Lower West Side of Manhattan, where she has lived for seven years. She describes the area as a growing community where she holds a studio inside a converted industrial space. Lower rents than can be found in Manhattan and Brooklyn draw people to Jersey City. Of course, the last year of pandemic and political strife has been strange on a personal level as well as within the community. For Shalom herself, the year has brought the non-COVID illness of both of her parents as well as the sudden, unexpected death of her brother. Despite this, she has had the refuge of her studio. To hear more from Shalom about her abstract, whimsical work, her experience of this extraordinary time and more, listen to the complete interview. […]