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Exhibitions & Events

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2024

I was very excited to be shortlisted the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, 2024. I took my painting to hand in to be judged. Unfortunately it didn't make the final hang, but I'm still thrilled to have been selected for the shortlist.

The theme this year was Making Space, and my artwork highlighted the problems faced by people in wheelchairs when shopping in the supermarket. It's a digital painting printed onto aluminium.

Better luck next time! Learning to accept rejection and not take it personally is really important for an artist.

For the Love of Colour


It was a pleasure to take part in the For the Love of Colour exhibition, in the Carre gallery in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, in June 2024.

A Space Between


A Space Between is a charity which provides colouring resources to patients and staff in hospitals and other care settings. I was delighted to be their Artist in Residence for April 2024.

England Is a Forest

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I am delighted to be taking part in an artist-led project celebrating trees across England. This is part of the Sluice festival in Colchester, and will be a physical exhibition in Colchester, but also a digital map which will be available after the event.

Check it out at England Is a Forest

Art Fair East 


I enjoyed taking part in ArtFairEast at the beginning of December. This is the premier art fair in the East Anglia region. I collaborated with other artists from the non-profit organisation ArtCan to showcase our work.

Winter in Todmorden

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I took part in an open call exhibition "Winter" by Water Street Gallery, Todmorden, West Yorkshire.  The Curator, Rosemary Holcroft, described the exhibition:


"Our wide ranging relationships with winter through art triggers many thoughts - landscape,,  ice and snow, hibernating creatures, warm interiors, city lights, night sky, winter sunsets, artificial glitz, glitter, and wonderlands, and people in winter - recollections and observation for this exhibition. "

Artist Residency in Devon


In September, I spent a week as artist in residence at Ermecot Gatehouse in South Devon.  My partner, Geoff, came to support me as fibromyalgia makes travelling difficult.  I decided to use my time to study the catchment of the river Erme and also to try new techniques in my art practice.


The Erme River rises on Dartmoor, flows south through the town of Ivybridge and to the sea at Mothecombe.  With only a week to explore, I had to pick a few key locations.  Turner visited the town of Ivybridge in the early 19th century and made a lovely painting, which is now in the Tate.  I took his painting and the bridge (which remains) as inspiration from my own work.  In the 19th century, Ivybridge, located on the road between Exeter and Plymouth, was an industrial centre.  It had two paper mills and a corn mill, as well as other manufacturing.


Above Ivybridge, the river runs under an awe-inspiring railway viaduct.  I didn’t attempt to paint this but took lots of photographs and might try later.  Further up still, on the edge of Dartmoor, is the tiny village of Harford with another stunning old bridge.  We followed a track beside the river and discovered the remains of ancient walls, covered in moss.


Unfortunately, halfway through the residency, Geoff broke his arm, significantly disrupted our plans.  I am glad that we had already visited the glorious beach at Mothecombe.  Part of the Flete Estate, this beach offers visitors wave cut platforms, golden sand, a World War 2 pillbox and romantic treelines.  I joined children collecting stones.  One of these, striped pink and grey, gave me inspiration to create a picture which I call ‘The World in a Grain of Sand.’


The Gatehouse is an idyllic stonewalled cottage in a tranquil location.  I fell asleep to the sound of the river Erme close by.  I loved having the opportunity to leave my paints out as I don’t have a permanent studio at home.  It is now one of my goals to make a studio space.  I made an effort to use watercolour, gouache and acrylic, confirming, as I had suspected, that I like acrylic on canvas best l but each has its place in my practice.


I relished the space and time to concentrate on my art away from day-to-day distractions.  I was slightly nervous about doing an artist residency but even with the disruption and worry of my partner’s accident, it was a great experience.

September 2023


The River Erme and Its Industries By Ivybridge Heritage & Archives Group

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Open Studio, 2023

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I held a one person one room exhibition for two  consecutive weekends in August.

Our visitors were an eclectic bunch from 2 years old to 80 years young. They included friends I had known since schooldays and friends I had met on Instagram. It was a lovely opportunity to introduce my work to new collectors and chat with people who have followed my art  for the past 5 years.

While everyone who visited is a VIP to me, we were particularly honoured to welcome Tabish Khan, the London Art Critic, who generously called in to see the exhibition. Tabish is well known for encouraging emerging artists, and accessibility in the arts. Check out his columns in The Londonist and Fad magazine, or checkout his Instagram at 

Saltaire Arts Trail, May 2023

During the late spring bank holiday I took part in the Saltaire Open Village Arts Trail. I had a wonderful time, meeting new collectors and other artists, and seeing the beautiful village. I also took the opportunity to visit Salts Mill, and see the iPad paintings of David Hockney.


I was honoured that Saltaire Inspired selected one of my pictures to be on the front cover of the Trail guide.

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Juli's image was used on the guide

The Trail guide with my image on it

Juli at an exhibition of her work

Chatting with one of the trustees of Saltaire Inspired

Sanctuary Art Exhibition, May 2023

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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Lighthouse Dental Practice Ipswich

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I working with the Lighthouse Dental Practice in Ipswich to display my art in their waiting room. The idea was conceived by the manager of the practice as a way of creating an environment to promote well-being for patients awaiting treatment, and to support local artists.

Art in East Angila Gallery

I am delighted to be working with Michele at Art in East Anglia.


My work is available to see on the Gallery website, as well as in the beautiful gallery at 10 Langton Place, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

Visit the gallery website here

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A gallery where Juli's work is displayed

Bonjour Paris

One of my paintings is on display as part of the Ensemble 2 exhibition organised by ArtCan in association with Kroll, in their offices in the centre of Paris.

This is part of Kroll's corporate and social responsibility programme, giving emerging artists an opportunity to show their work and providing staff and visitors with engaging artwork.

This exhibition is open to the public by arrangement.

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Mythical Woods

I'm delighted that one of my paintings has been selected for an exhibition called Mythical Woods. This is to be held at Stanton Guildhouse, Stanton Broadway, Worcestershire until 26th of January 2024.

This is a multimedia exhibition with 25 artists, who have been inspired by mythology, folklore, and popular fiction portraying the wilderness.

The exhibition is organised and curated by "Art from Heart" and the Stanton Guildhouse Trust.

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D31 Art Prize

I was shortlisted for the D31 Art Prize organised by the D31 Gallery in Doncaster. I was the 3rd place runner-up for the People's Choice prize. My painting, Bloodline, explores my relationship with my Hungarian grandfather, who died in the Holocaust before I was born. The painting is part of the online exhibition of works.

Norwich, March 2023

I was delighted to attend the opening party of an unconventional exhibition called Unconsumed in Norwich. It was great to see my painting alongside works of all different genres and materials. In total 95 artists are involved with this exhibition. It's taking place in an old factory, which gives a cavernous and atmospheric setting for the art.

This is a cross-generational multi-disciplinary post-pandemic exhibition of artists in East Anglia.

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New York! New York!

I am delighted that one of my paintings spent the past year in New York, as part of an exhibition arranged by ArtCan in partnership with Kroll.

And I can now share that my painting has found a permanent home in New York. I am absolutely thrilled that one of the team at Kroll decided to buy the painting.

Ileana said:  "Each year for my birthday I treat myself to a piece of art.  The moment I saw your piece, the vibrant kaleidoscope of amethyst colours flowing through the trees, I knew it was “the one.”  The Bluebells / Seeing Differently piece is a birthday gift to myself.  Someone offered to gift it to me, but I knew I had to buy it myself because of the connection made with the piece."

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WaterWays 2022

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A gouache painting of summer hedgerows is included in the society of East Anglian Watercolourists  WaterWays exhibition  at the Babylon Gallery, Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Walking with Trees exhibition 2022

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I was delighted to collaborate with photographer John Martyn on a collection of work  celebrating the beauty of meadows and ancient forests around the town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. This collection was on show at Guildhall Studio, Guildhall Street, Bury St Edmunds from 8th April – 14 May 2022.  

Read a review of our exhibition on a blog by The Sloe Life

Walking with trees 

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Coverage of my exhibition with John Martyn, photographer, at Guildhall Studio, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Wild in the City

I was delighted to take part in a day of painting at the Wetland Centre in Barnes on Sunday 12th June. This was organised by Arts Richmond along the lines of the popular Sky television programme, Landscape Artist of the Year.

At the start of August an exhibition of the work created during this painting day was officially opened by the Mayor of Richmond.

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Awash, 2022, Society of East Anglian Watercolourists

I was delighted to be part of the Society of East Anglian Watercolourists exhibition, Awash, 22,

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February at the Handa Gallery, Wells Maltings,  Wells next the Sea, Norfolk.

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ING Discerning Eye, 2021 

I was thrilled and delighted that my painting 'The Phoenix Trees' was in the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition 2021. It was chosen as one of 500 artworks from some 7500 submitted.

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Framed! 2021

During lockdown, in 2021, one of my iPad artworks was chosen to be part of a public art project in Southfields SW18. The picture is still on a lamppost in Replingham Road.

Wandsworth Art, part of Wandsworth Council, chose a colourful picture of autumn trees to be included in Framed, a street art project which sees local artists' works displayed on lamp posts throughout the borough.

"This exhibition of artworks by 10 Southfields-based artists, installed on lamppost banners on Replingham Road and Wimbledon Park Road, celebrates the vibrancy, optimism and resilience of Wandsworth as we return to our high streets after lockdown."

Juli's work in a public art project

One of my pictures on a lamppost

Another article appeared in the South London Press in summer 2021, when I was selected as one of the artists in the Framed project run by Wandsworth Council.


This project involved artworks positioned on lamp posts around the borough in order to lift people's spirits during Covid.


Pizza the Action, 2021

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In summer 2021, in Bury St Edmunds,  Art around Town invited artists and members of the public to paint on pizza boxes what the town meant to them, and what made Bury St Edmunds so special. I contributed two pizza box entries.

Thanks NHS

This article appeared about me in the South London Press in October 2019. That was when I held my first Artists' Open house as part of the Wandsworth Council Artists' Open house trail. 

I hope my story can give hope to other people suffering from chronic pain and despair.

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Visiting St George's Hospital, Phoenix centre where several of my paintings are on display

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