Julie has an intense curiosity and awe for the flora, fauna and geography of a variety of natural surroundings. Twenty-five years into her career of teaching art, Julie continues to be motivated to share what she is passionate about and to emphasize that the reciprocal relationship between her teaching and artmaking is at the core of her work.
Her sculptures often reveal architectural and natural boundaries, passages and divisions. Bridges, landscapes, abandoned and eroded ruins or subtle transitions along water’s edge are melded with figures suggesting subjects unavoidably tied to place both physically and psychologically.
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