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About Me

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Key dates

May, 2023: Saltaire Open village Arts Trail, Saltaire Inspired, Bradford


May, 2023: Sanctuary Exhibition in Cambridge, as part of the launch of ArtCan East Anglia


May, 2023: shortlisted for the D31 art prize organised by D31 Gallery, Doncaster, and runner-up in the People's Choice Award

April, 2023: invited to become an associate member of the Society of East Anglian Watercolourists


March, 2023 : participated in Unconsumed, In the Shoe Factory, Norwich

February, 2023: Ensemble 02 at Kroll in Paris with ArtCan.


January 2023: Mythical Woods, exhibition at Stanton Guildhouse, Broadway.


December 2022: Precious Postcards, Art and People

November 2022: Fair Art Fair × The Auction Collective


September 2022:"WaterWays" Babylon Gallery, Ely, Society of East Anglian Watercolourists.


Summer 2022: Richmond Arts, painting at the Wetlands Centre Barnes, London in a local version of the popular television programme "Landscape Artist of the Year"


April 2022: "Walking with Trees" at Guildhall Studio, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.


February 2022: "Awash" 2022, Society of East Anglian Watercolourists , Wells next the Sea, Norfolk.

February 2022: "Explore 01" at Kroll New York, ArtCan .


January 2022: "Winter" exhibition at Kingsgate , NW6, ArtCan.


November 2021: Juli is accepted to join ArtCan, not-for-profit support organisation for artists.


November 2021: ING Discerning Eye 2021, Mall Galleries, London

October 2021: featured in a documentary on BBC2 about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

August 2021: accepted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 2021, "Reclaiming Magic"


Summer 2021: Framed! Street art project run by Wandsworth Council and featured in the South London Press

July 2021: Sussex Art Fair, Goodwood

November 2020: ING Discerning Eye exhibition

October 2020: featured on Wandsworth Council website

October 2019: Wandsworth Artists Open house & Article in South London Press


September 2019: The New Artist Fair, Truman Brewery, London

January 2019: attended Pain Management Course at St George’s Hospital, London.  

Spring 2018: visited Bologna with an artist friend and started drawing on iPad

2002–18:unable to work due to the chronic pain and depression of fibromyalgia. 

1995–2002: Head of Marketing at a large membership organisation,  responsible for exhibitions and promotions.  

Before that: public affairs jobs in the not-for-profit sector.

Before that: History at Durham University.



I am part of ArtCan, an artist-led, non-profit arts organisation with members across Britain and internationally.  ArtCan creates opportunities for artists through exhibitions and practice development as well as peer-to-peer connections, professional recognition and access to specialist knowledge and support.

I have exhibited with ArtCan in New York and Paris, as well as in the UK.

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Sanctuary Art Exhibition May 2023

Recently I took part in the launch event of a new ArtCan East Anglia regional group of the nonprofit organisation ArtCan, to which I belong.  It featured the work of 12 women artists from the East Anglian region, thanks to a grant from the Holly Bush Prize (now Women in Art). In the Leper Chapel, in Cambridge a 900 year old Romanesque chapel and  one of the oldest buildings still in use in Cambridge. It was wonderful to see fresh contemporary artwork in this ancient setting.  We had 12 artists in the exhibition, and a range of different styles and techniques, from contemporary printmaking to oil painting, from iPad painting to sculpture. We have abstract work and work inspired by traditional mythology. 

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Society of East Anglian Watercolourists

In March 2023 I was invited to become an Associate Member the Society of East Anglian Watercolourists.


I exhibited with the Society twice during 2022: in February, at Awash 22, in the Handa Gallery, Wells Next the Sea, Norfolk and in September, at Waterways in the Babylon Gallery, Ely, Cambridgeshire.


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