From: 8th June 2022
Until: 13th July 2022
Julie transforms common materials into beautiful sculptures combining art with conservation helping to protect the environment as she creates her art. Through repurposing, she presents beguiling artwork, an alternative solution for reducing waste, valuing nature and moreover a cleaner, sustainable future.
As a child art and environment interconnected through play establishing in Julie passion for art and strong reverence for the natural world. Drawing, making and nature has always been there and shared with her own children.
In 2020 she achieved a BA(Hons) in art embracing traditional materials and techniques in painting, printmaking, and ceramics. Her research around climate breakdown, degradation of the natural world and the reasons for it compelled her to take a stand. The linear economy (take-make-dispose) exasperates a growing waste problem, the remodelling of banal materials created the concept for ‘The Art of Recycling’.
Julie’s artwork makes a comment on society and mass production, her art medium is unconventional and the artwork, intriguing. Her most recent accomplishments include exhibiting in Bristol’s RWA and having her artwork featured in Unpsychology Magazine, click here.
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Come and see Julie’s work at Studio 3 Gallery