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Reflecting Time  Housatonic Museum, Bridgeport, CT




USA Art Project 35 x 35  The Coupelouzous Museum, Athens, Greece




How Many Tears Are Enough?   University of Connecticut, Stamford, CT
Solo show addressing the aftermath of gun violence

How Many Tears Are Enough? An Installation by June Ahrens
Artes Magazine Review by Dominick Lombardi, November 22, 2019




Article on The Healing Hearts Project, included in new book 9/11 Memorial Visions……2016, by Lester J. Levine 
McFarland, Pp. 25-26



2014 One Person Shows

What’s Left Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT

Selected Photographs Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT




Work included in publication of Marking 20 Years: Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO

Baltimore Meets Silvermine Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT
Curator: Deana Haggag, Director of the Contemporary, Baltimore, MD




Used and Worn included in the 20th Anniversary Show, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO. Included in the permanent collection.




Our Shrinking World Silvermine Sculpture Walk, Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, CT (on long-term loan)

Still Standing was featured under Recent Important Acquisitions in the Corning Museum of Glass’s publication, New Glass Review 34




Nominated for the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award



Articles of Interest


ArtDaily, September 12, 2022
83 year old artist has show at Housatonic Museum

Stamford Patch, Stamford CT, Laura Roberts Community Contributor, August 23, 2022
Stamford Artist Opens New Exhibit: June Ahrens: Reflecting Time 
Connecticut Art Review, Jacquelyn Gleisner, August 4, 2019
Studio Visit | June Ahrens

Art New England, Jacquelyn Gleisner, November/December 2019

New Canaan Advertiser, Section 2C, December 4, 2014
Beauty and Ruin: Broken Landscapes, Lost Symbols at the Silvermine Arts Center, Arts & Leisure section, 11/6/2014
New Silvermine show: Landscapes take on a broader meaning

New Canaan, Darien + Rowayton Magazine, 11/2014
Guilded Wonders: Stopping by Silvermine Arts Center

Kansas City Star, 2011
Sculptor’s work, on display at the Kemper, invites reflection on 9-11

Art New England, 6/2010
7 Sculptors to Watch

Sculpture Magazine, 11/2009
Our Shrinking World

Boston Globe 9/11/2009: Review
In Depth

Honolulu Weekly 9/30/2009: Feature

Croydon: Gayle Hedrington 9/2009: Review
In Depth

Boston Globe 8/28/2009: Review
Our Shrinking World

Boston Globe 4/8/2009: Review
Today’s Tomorrow

Glasgow Herald: Review
Revealed / Concealed

Art New England: Review
The Loudness of Silence

Sculpture Magazine, 4/2005
Personal Affects: The Wishbone Project

Housatonic Museum of Art: Feature
Personal Affects: The Wishbone Project / The Pillow Project

Regeneration: Rebuilding Torn Societies

Philadelphia CityPaper.Net
“All the Symptoms of an Artist”

National Museum of Health & Medicine
“All the Symptoms of an Artist: Working from Medicine”

Loft Artist Association:
June Ahrens”