Residency Dates
  • Jul 1st 2014 to Jul 31st 2014
  • Jul 1st 2015 to Sep 28th 2015
  • Apr 4th 2016 to Apr 28th 2016
  • Sep 6th 2017 to Sep 20th 2017
  • Feb 18th 2019 to Mar 4th 2019
  • May 25th 2019 to May 30th 2019
  • Dec 14th 2019 to Dec 20th 2019
  • Jan 6th 2020 to Jan 13th 2020

Monica Lundy is an
Italian American visual artist who lives and works between California and Italy.
Lundy’s work draws on site-relevant archival research, unearthing stories from
the past, on which her work is based. With an emphasis on site-specific
installation painting, Lundy’s work utilizes non-traditional media, such as
liquid porcelain, clay and burned paper. Lundy holds an MFA from Mills College
(2010) and an BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (1996). She
has been the recipient of an Irvine Fellowship, San Francisco Arts Commission
Grant and the Jay DeFeo Award and has been an artist in residence at the
American Academy in Rome, Montalvo Arts Center’s Lucas Artist Program and
Stoney Road Press. Notable exhibitions include: Nancy Toomey Fine Art in San
Francisco; Turner Carroll Gallery in Santa Fe; Walter Maciel Gallery in Los
Angeles; Montalvo Arts Center; San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; De
Saisset Museum; The Battery; San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art; Berkeley
Arts Center; Alcatraz; San Francisco Maritime Museum and Museo Laboratorio
della Mente (Rome). Her work has been featured in ARTnews, KQED/PBS, The
Huffington Post and Visual Art Source among other publications.