Prince has been creating
sculpture professionally since the early 80's, first showing at
the Maison des Artistes in SoHo (NYC), 1981. Since then she has
exhibited at galleries nationwide including Del Mano Gallery (Brentwood),
Pacific Design Center (Los Angeles), International Art Exposition
(NYC), and since 1996 to the present, CFM Gallery (NYC). Her work
can be found in corporate and private collections through-out the
Currently, she is dedicating all her creative energies to commissioned
portrait sculptures via The
Re-inventing this important
art form in contemporary ways (See Sculpture
Gallery), including the use of cast glass
(See Available Sculptures); and passionately
believing in its' value to future generations.
Bicoastal, she resides in Manhattan and recently designed and built
a unique new studio in the canyons above
Los Angeles to meet with her diverse clients, as well as traveling
to them in Paris, Hong Kong, Australia and elsewhere.
Her sculpture has been commissioned by
Evyan Perfume for Fifth Avenue windows, McCann-Erickson for Coca
Cola billboards, Bauchet/Wolf & Vine (L.A.) and e.t. Cranston
(NY & Milan) for the creation of lines of realistic manikins
(featured in Smithsonian Magazine). She created fantasy
masks for Lincoln Center's Venetian Ball Benefit for the Philharmonic
Orchestra (shown in The New York Times) and her work
has been used in commercials, videos and corporate recognition programs.
Celebrity sitters include Tony Randall and Mickey Rourke.
Julie Prince is a native of Los Angeles with Hungarian origins.
She received her baccalaureate in Fine Arts/Theatre from Cal Arts
as well as scholarships to Art Center and Otis Art Institute. Upon
graduation, she moved to NYC then the artistic Mecca for serious
gallery work. Further studies ensued at School for Visual Arts,
NYU, NY Academy of Art (human anatomy/ecorche'), and most recently
Brooklyn's Urban Arts Glass Foundry.