Julie Wolfson, LMSW

Julie Wolfson is a licensed social worker with special interests in strengths-based approaches and early intervention. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During graduate school, Julie completed an MSW internship at UNC’s specialized outpatient clinic for young adults experiencing early episode psychosis and co-coordinated a mentoring program for at-risk youth.

Anna Jarashow, LMSW

Anna Jarashow is a licensed social worker and Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Bates College and earned her Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University in 2010. At Columbia she focused on issues related to mental health, with a particular focus on integrating holistic health practices. She has worked at Fountain House since 2010, where she honed her skills in positive engagement, Motivational Interviewing, and served as a liaison and advocate between adults with mental illness and community resources.

About Face

The six artists featured in this show make images that record the likeness of an individual. At the same time, they transform this process into a springboard for creative invention. Using expressive brushwork, distorted form, vivid color, and other experimental techniques, these artists insist that portraiture is a subjective endeavor.

Marina Marchand

Marina has been an artist for as long as she can remember. Her influences range from pop artists such as Andy Warhol, Guy Peellaert and Niagara Detroit to the comic book artists Bruce Timm, Frank Miller, Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby, and 1950s-60s horror movies, Sci-Fi movies and 1940s film noir. Her preferred medium is acrylic. Marina is also an accomplished photographer, illustrator, and art model.

Rod Serling
Galactic Vengeance
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Awards + Recognition

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