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Art by Grace Mattingly


Artist Statement: I’m a Chicago painter making large-scale figurative work.

Grace received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University in New York City and has studied painting, drawing, and sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago. She has exhibited her work at Woman Made Gallery, Jeffrey Breslow Gallery, and the Wolf Kahn Gallery at the Vermont Studio Center. Grace lives and works in her hometown of Chicago.

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