Jurnee Ta’Zion is a versatile artist based in her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. She comes from a family of Black artists, with a mother who dabbles in painting and 3D art, and a father who practices airbrush. Her artistic journey began at the Cleveland School of the Arts, and currently, she refines her craft at Cleveland State University.
Recipient of the 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Show Silver Key for her piece “Sun,” and Cleveland State’s Merit Scholar award from her sophomore to senior years, Jurnee has established herself through her curated Merit Scholar Exhibitions such as “B O U N D T O,” “Mind and Matters,” both at The Galleries @ CSU, and another personal exhibition at Worthington Yards. She curated her exhibitions at the Cleveland State Student Show within CSU’s Art Galleries and presented a solo exhibition at Loganberry’s Annex Gallery on Larchmere. Notably, she curated and orchestrated an art exhibition and event, “H.A.L.O.,” bringing together local artists and creatives at Create-A-Space in Willowick, Ohio. She also displayed work in the 1st Annual Presidents Exhibition at Cleveland State University, with her piece “Consciousness Unraveling.”
Jurnee’s body of work serves as a profound exploration of her complex journey toward self-discovery and her unique perspectives on the world. Her creations aim not only to articulate subjects challenging to express verbally but also to inspire others to embark on a similar journey, finding solace in the world of art.
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