The Jealous Curator - A Truly Envious Collection

We are pleased to welcome our newest guest curator, The Jealous Curator!


Her curated collection is truly something to be envious of, and in the words of the jealous curator herself, makes you say “damn I wish I thought of that!”

We spoke with her about some of her favorite picks, and here’s what she had to say:

UGallery: How was it choosing pieces for your collection? Do you have any favorites in particular?

TJC: I wanted to choose a grouping that worked well as a collection, not just as individual pieces… and I’m thrilled with what I found! A favorite of mine that set the tone is Valerie Chiang’s ‘Flight of Fancy.’ Flowers, a girl jumping in a hay field - light, happy, contemporary. LOVE!


'Flight of Fancy’ by Valerie Chiang

UGallery: Any other favorites?

TJC: I also have a thing for houses, and a bit of a crush on all things type-based, so these three were also very high on my list of must-haves for this collection:


'Dewey Grain Elevator’ by Adalberto Ortiz


'Cacti Study’ by Mark Yaggie


'The Trails, Sacramento’ by Paul Guyer

Be sure to check out the rest of her collection here