Josie González Albright
who lives and works in New York, received her BA from Queens College, CUNY. She is a painter and muralist who is interested in imagery that shows people in the everyday community. González has collaborated on public works for arts organizations, community groups, schools and businesses throughout the New York area. Among her public art commissions is a faceted glass window installation at the Woodlawn Avenue station in the Bronx commissioned by the New York MTA Arts for Transit program; a collaborative design translated into a ceramic tile installation for the NYC Department of Education Sites for Students Program, P.S. 54, Bronx, NY; and an installation for The New York Public Library, Chatham Square Branch, NY. González has participated in exhibitions including Employee Art Show, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Bronx Bound, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, New York; Post Plátano, Longwood Art Gallery, Bronx, New York; Creative Collaborations, Rush Art Gallery, New York; Aficionado III, The Point Gallery, Bronx, New York; HHC Heritage Show I, Lincoln Hospital, Bronx, New York; and HHC Heritage Show II, Elmhurst Hospital, Queens, New York.