Artist Bio

Juni Van Dyke is a graduate of The Boston Museum School; Diploma; Tufts University BFA, MAT.

Van Dyke is a grant recipient of The St. Botolph Foundation. Her work is in the permanent collection of The Cape Ann Museum and The College of The Holy Cross. Van Dyke’s work is represented throughout the country by the home furnishing company Room&Board.

Group Exhibitions:
The Attleboro Museum; Boston Cyclorama; Bromfield Gallery; The Copley Society;
The Cape Ann Museum; The Jane Deering Gallery (Santa Barbara and Gloucester)
Kingston Gallery; Fuller Art Museum; The Judith Leighton Gallery; The Marshall Store Gallery;
The South Shore Arts Center.

Solo Exhibitions:
Bromfield Gallery; The Kingston Gallery; Bridgewater State College
The Dana Hall School; The Jane Deering Gallery; Endicott College
Emmanuel College; Philips Exeter Academy; Gordon College;
College of The Holy Cross; Merrimack College; Regis College;
Salem State University.

Artist Statement:
“Music is painting you can hear,
And painting is music you can see.”
-Miles Davis



Main Subject



Materials and Techniques

Pastel and acrylic on paper.