Imagery of clotheslines and labor workers freckle the paintings of artist Marysia Schultz. The Montana born and raised artist carries memories of such domestic sights from her childhood, but they are enhanced by scenery from travels to Haiti and other countries facing adversity.
Her work has been exhibited at Vilarcangel in Spain, Exagere Gallery and Expose:NOLA, New Orleans, Macaya Gallery in Miami, as well as shows at Emerge Gallery, the Hotel Chelsea, and the Met, in New York. The artist has completed art projects in Spain, Croatia, and Italy, as well as residencies at DNA Gallery in Provincetown, the Vermont Studio Center, and La Mano Pottery in New York. Schultz graduated from Pratt Institute (BFA, 2010). She lives and maintains a studio in Brooklyn, New York.