Sculpture & Drawings
Julie Levesque continues to attract critical acclaim for her sculpture and installations. Rendered almost exclusively in white, these works have evoked a strong narrative of opposing forces and boundaries as they relate to relationships. In 2001 Levesque took 1st prize in the Provincetown Art Association and Museum’s Annual Invitational Exhibition. As a result, she was invited to create a complete installation in the museum’s galleries. She is a past winner of the pretigious Massachusetts Cultural Council Individual Artists Grant as well as a recipient of the Artist’s Trust Grant from the Berkshire/Tatonic Fund. Her work is included in the collections of the DeCordova Museum and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum and has been exhibited widely at venues on the east coast. Her works are executed in ever-changing mediums which have included wood, metal, and slate as well as salt, marble dust and found objects and most recently video and glass. She creates tension and contradiction by draining the color out of these energized objects. They are at once a clever and a poignant commentary upon man's condition in life.