Julie Maas

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Born in New York City, 1944, Julie Maas lives and works in Montreal. Her introduction to art was through her father, artist George Maas. In the Sixties she studied and printed at Pratt Graphics Center in NYC. Her illustrations appeared in the books of many New York trade publishers.

In 1978 she co-founded a small press with her partner, John Bart Gerald, that year publishing a set of 13 etchings / aquatints in his novel Applegather, a Mythical American Underground, work praised by Jacob Lawrence and Romare Bearden.

Her works, small folios and single prints, were showcased by Gerald & Maas in NYC and New England. In 1995, she settled in the Byward Market of Ottawa, where the atelier and press were open to the street for nineteen years before the move to Montreal.

Her work was selected as a prize winning entry for the Manitoba Printmakers Association international exhibition of Intimate Impressions: Art from Pan America, Winnipeg, 1999.

In addition to availability through Fitch-Febvrel, the prints of Julie Maas are available from the Gerald & Maas website, chainlessway.ca

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