KRYSTLE LEMONIAS (Jamaican, b. 1989) lives and works in New Jersey. Lemonias received a BFA in printmaking from New Jersey City University in 2018 and received her MFA at the University of South Florida in 2022. She was the recipient of the Art of Protest Grant in 2020 and was a finalist for the AXA Art Prize in 2020 and the XI Catlin Art Prize in 2018. She has had solo exhibitions at Spaaces (Sarasota, FL), ANDREW RAFACZ (Chicago, IL), and Coco Hunday Gallery (Tampa, FL). Recent group exhibitions include the Susquehanna Art Museum (Harrisburg, PA), Art Center Sarasota (Sarasota, FL), Guttenberg Arts (Guttenberg, NJ), The Contemporary Art Museum (University of South Florida, Tampa, FL), Blum and Poe (Los Angeles, CA), Contemporary Art Center New Orleans (New Orleans, LA), Morean Art Center (Tampa, FL), San Jacinto College (Pasadena, TX), International Print Center of New York (New York, NY), BSB Gallery (Trenton, NJ), and the New York Academy of Art (New York, NY). Lemonias newly holds the position of Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts, at Rowan University.