Gail Winbury’s work has been seen in museum and gallery exhibitions throughout the States, Germany, London, UK, Athens, Greece, and Italy. Winbury has had multiple one and two-person exhibitions including, 73 See Gallery, Montclair, NJ, The Frechard Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pa., The College of Morris, Randolph NJ, and The Henrich Heine Haus, Germany, among others.
Her work was included in The Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ, Ellerslie Museum, Trenton, NJ, The Monmouth Museum of Art, Monmouth, NJ, Carter Burden Gallery, Manhattan, NY, Village West Gallery, Jersey City, NJ, St Peter’s University, Jersey City, NJ, Aferro Gallery, Newark, NJ, The Drawing Rooms, Jersey City, NJ, St. Elizabeth University, Morristown, NJ, William James College, Newton, Massachusetts, OTA Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM, ARCO (The Architectural School) San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and in Matera Italy, among others. Winbury will have a one-woman exhibition in December of 2022 at the Elizabeth C. de Wilson Museum, in Manchester Vermont and in June of 2022 will be in a three-person exhibition at the Carter Burden Gallery in Manhattan, NY. Winbury was an artist-in-residence at: the School of Visual Arts, Manhattan, Edgewood Farms, Castle Hill School of the Arts, Truro Mass., a visual arts fellow with the Bau Foundation in Italy, and The World of Co-Residency, Sofia, Bulgaria. She received a grant for an artist residency/exchange in Arad, Israel from the Jewish Federation. She currently is the artist in residence at The Co-Co in Summit, New Jersey. Winbury is interested in representing the geography of the emotional and psychological world and issues of the human condition. Some of her prior work has explored, gender, mortality, and childhood memory. She merges her background in psychology with her art. She studied for 15 years with Chinese American artist Dorothy Yung, at the School of Visual Arts Manhattan and elsewhere. She has a BS in Psychology and a Doctorate in Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Visual Arts. Winbury is in private collections, in the United States, Milan and Matera, Italy, Luneburg, Germany and London, UK. Public collections include the Copelouzos Family Museum, Athens, Greece, the Atlantic Health Commission, NJ, The Canary Wharf Group Headquarters in London, UK.