junerhodablanco.com: Bio

Born: Andover, MA 1935
At 19 met a young Colombian man who was studying at MIT. Married him and went to live on the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Had five children. Lived in Colombia for forty years.
Divorced in 1990 and in 1995 came back to the states to live.
All my life I dabbled in art. My preference has always been painting and drawing although I have done some sculpture.
In 1994 I spent three months in Italy studying art. On my return to Boston I studied for a year at the Art Institute of Boston. I continued to take many courses at Mass College of Art. In 1999 I began the day program at the college. In 2002 I graduated with high honors and a degree in Liberal Arts with a major in Painting.
They were some of the best and most productive years of my life.

In 2002 I opened my studio at 450 Harrison Ave in Boston.


Selected to represent Colombia in an exhibition that toured 100 countries.
Solo exhibition 4 Star Gallery, Indianapolis, IN
Vital Voices Finalist Brandeis University, Boston, MA
The Mayor's Exhibition, Boston City Hall
3rd Annual USES/USEA Show, Harriet Tubman House, Boston, MA
2010 - May
Collective Exhibition, Falmouth Art Center, Falmouth, MA
2010 - October
Collective Exhibition, The Artist Alley, San Francisco, CA
2015 - Collective Exhibition The Center for Contemporary Art, New Jersey
2015 - Art Institute of New Hampshire Biennial