Monica Shulman is a self-taught contemporary artist and photographer whose brand of gestural abstraction is a form of story-telling. Her work ranges from vividly colored abstract expressionist paintings to serene seascape landscape and black and white photographs. Monica's work is intuitive and process-oriented as she experiments with a variety of different mediums to express her ideas. Her world is best described as bold, rhythmic and colorful. A first generation American of Cuban and Argentinian descent, who left her career as an attorney to focus on her art practice full-time, Monica lives and works in the lower Hudson Valley with her husband and their children.
Monica has been featured in various publications including Popular Photography, Create magazine, Westchester Magazine, and the Huffington Post. Her work has been shown at the American Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City, Photo LA, Art Market Hamptons, PULSE Art Fair, the National Association of Women Artists, and the New York Mercantile Exchange, among others.