Julie DiBiase attended the Propersi Institute of Art, graduating first in her class and received the Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society award for excellence and integrity. She has continued her studies through workshops at the Silvermine School and Rowayton Arts Center. She is a member of many local art organizations, including the Greenwich Arts Council and the Rowayton Arts Center, and currently serves as co-president of the Art Society of Old Greenwich.
"I was interested in photography at a young age, as a child I always had a camera in my hand, it was my prized possession. Now photography is my passion!"
Miss DiBiase captures things as they are, imperfect and natural, yet stunning, revealing quiet beauty that my not be evident, bringing that raw unadorned beauty to the viewer.
Working in color and black and white, her subject matter ranges from landscape and still life to architectural elements and more recently the exploration of the abstract. The majority of her works are numbered and signed limited editions which have been accepted into numerous juried exhibits and have received many ribbon awards. Her work is held in private collections across the United States and internationally.