February 21, 2012 > Sun Gallery hosts Natalie Juntz
Sun Gallery hosts Natalie Juntz
Submitted By Christine Bender
Natalie Lupton Juntz: Paintings will be on display in the Ken Cook Gallery in Hayward's Sun Gallery through March 3.
Juntz was born and raised in Hayward, California, and attended Markham, Bret Harte and Hayward High School. She graduated from Cal State, Hayward in 1973 and became a teacher for Fremont Unified School District. Juntz served on the Board of Directors of Sun Gallery from 1976 through 1982 and retired from teaching in 1994. She began painting in oils, primarily a colorist, and surrounds herself with vibrant painting, both her own and other artists'.
Juntz and her husband Bob are members of Redwood Chapel Church, enjoy competitive running, ballroom dancing and playing bridge. She is also a member of the Women's Board of the Oakland Museum and a volunteer at the annual White Elephant Sale which benefits the education department of the Oakland Museum as well as its gallery exhibitions.
An avid traveler, Juntz shoots photos with two things in mind: a record of her trip and future subjects to paint. Her images, from one or a composite of several photos, have been exhibited in both the East Bay and Tri-Valley areas. This is her first solo exhibit at Sun Gallery.
Natalie Lupton Juntz: Paintings
Thru March 3
Wednesday - Saturday: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
1015 E. Street, Hayward