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Remembering Julie Graham

September 13, 2018 | Laura Ferguson
A longtime teacher at the SMFA, her paintings and photography were about looking for the unseen

Traveling anywhere in a car with painter and photographer Julie Graham meant stopping “all the time, so she could leap out and take photographs,” recalled sculptor Mags Harries, her friend and colleague from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts. “She loved color, layered surfaces, scavenged juxtapositions, vernacular architecture, the collision of architectural spaces. With Julie, it was always about looking for the unseen.”