Juliet Jacobson

Untitled (Phone #6), 2017 
Graphite on aper
11 1/4 x 8 inches
$1250
 
Untitled (Paper Drawing #18 Recto), 2014
Graphite on paper 
14 x 11 inches 
$1,250 framed
Untitled (Paper Drawing #18 Verso), 2014
Graphite on paper 
14 x 11 inches 
$1,250 framed
Mirror from Fort Greene (Mirror Drawing #12), 2015 
Graphite on paper 
40 x 26 inches 
$3500 framed 
A Bottle Shared With Emily (Paper Drawing #20 Recto), 2014 
Graphite on paper 
20 x 14 inches 
$2100 framed 
A Bottle Shared With Emily , 2014 
Graphite on paper 
20 x 14 inches 
$2100 framed 

Juliet Jacobson (b. 1977, Puyallup, WA) is a New York based artist who creates meticulous drawings with graphite and colored pencils. Her works often represents a silence or void of mundane everyday objects. She received her MFA from New York University. Her most recent work has been exhibited at Two Rams Grand Street, the Sphinx curatorial project and Blackston Gallery in New York City, Schneiderei Gallery in Vienna, and at Season in Seattle. Her work has been featured in Artnews, Artforum, and the Huffington Post. She was an artist in residence at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts and the Catwalk Institute in 2014. She teaches at New York University, Steinhart School Department of Art and Art Professions.