Julieann Dombrowski, PASC
Untitled (Blue Over Pink and Green)
An abstract painting in acrylic, with layers of heavy web or network-like gestural painting in different colors laid atop each other. From top to bottom layers a fluorescent blue, to pink-panther pink, to grape juice purple, to forrest green and a middle yellow or orange at the bottom layers.
Julieann is a Livonia based artist who works out of the PASC Westland studio. Julie is an abstract artist working primarily with watercolor and acrylic paint. Her artworks are very gestural and expressionist featuring repeated patterns of crosses and circles. She often will spray her paintings with watercolor giving them an almost graffiti-like quality. She has been working with PASC since 2022. Her work has been presented at Get Together (2023) at Reyes | Finn Gallery; From Every Direction (2023) Art Gallery at Westland City Hall; and Persistent Vision (2023), PASC at The Belt Gallery.
PASC was launched in January 2021 as the first progressive art and design studio, and exhibition program, in Detroit and Wayne County, dedicated to supporting artists with developmental disabilities and mental health differences to advance independent artistic practices and build individual career paths in the art and design fields. PASC is a program of Services to Enhance Potential (STEP)