Abigail Tulis is a sculptor, designer and painter making work inspired by renaissance and medieval figurative work. Her sculptures and drawings are in numerous private collections and she has executed sculptural commissions for architects and interior designers. She studied traditional figure drawing and painting at the Grand Central Academy and classical architectural design at the Beaux-Art Atelier, in New York City. Her work has been featured in Vanity Fair Magazine and exhibited at GCA’s 11th St. Art Gallery and the Salmagundi Club, in addition to commercial galleries in New York.
She recently curated “You Muse, You Lose” at Paul Calendrillo Gallery in NYC and won the Stanford White Award from the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for a sculptural design for a house in Millbrook, Ct.
Dividing her time between her Long Island City studio and independent studies in Europe, Tulis has also been a part of the Hudson River Fellowship, the Metropolitan Copyist program, held a residency by Werk aan Het Spoel in the Netherlands.
Besides the Teaching Studios, she has taught sculpture, drawing and painting classes to children and adults in the Netherlands.
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