JaFang Lu : color and texture

Apr 15, 2023
12:30 PM | Library talk
1:30 PM | Lunch (pizza)
Smith library

Salmagundi Library Committee


Open to the public; up to 30 seats
Eventbrite RSVP required

$15 | General admission
FREE | Salmagundi Club members with promo code
The member-only promo code is sent in an email to all members, and can also be requested by contacting info@salmagundi.org
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About the Event

Join artist JaFang Lu for a library talk, where she will discuss the use of color and texture in painting and drawing.

About the Speaker

JaFang Lu is an instructor and a Studio Incamminati graduate in Philadelphia, PA. She was included in the “Year of the Woman” exhibition at Artists’ House. She studied with Nelson Shanks at the Art Students League of New York where she was awarded a Merit Scholarship. Her Portraits of Philadelphians in Black and White project, which attempts to reflect and promote tolerance for racial diversity, was funded by the Leeway Foundation. JaFang has been an assistant instructor to Nelson Shanks at the Academy of Figurative Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and has taught at the Maitland Art Center, Orlando, FL. She is the winner of the Goodman Short Fiction Award, City College of New York and has exhibited at The National Arts Club, The Artists of Studio Incamminati catalog exhibition, the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra gala, The Union League of Philadelphia and the Daylesford Abbey, Paoli, PA.


Pizza lunch

A pizza lunch will be provided for ticketholders in the dining room following the talk.

A dark but warm array of items, including a red tea kettle, on a table are painted with wide strokes, giving the sense that we are seeing all the light reflected in the scene without much clarity of borders
Maggie by Jafang Lu: A woman with her hair pulled back is depicted by brightly-colored long, straight lines