Design Canberra Festival Open Studio: Julie Bradley – Design Canberra Festival

Julie Bradley, Standing Stones, 2016. Photo: Supplied
Julie Bradley, Standing Stones, 2016. Photo: Supplied
Free event

Open Studio: Julie Bradley

Julie Bradley works as a professional artist at the Australian National Capital Artists (ANCA) studios in Canberra and uses the techniques of stencilling, collage and drawing to create mixed media works on paper which investigate the idea of connectedness and express aspects of the emotional landscape and states of being.

Originally training as a printmaker at the Australian National University – School of Art, Julie also studied at the University of New South Wales where she received a graduate diploma in professional art studies.

Julie’s work has been represented in numerous selected art prizes including the Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA), the Sunshine Coast Art Award and the Rick Amor Drawing Prize most recently winning the 2017 Inner North Art prize.

Julie’s work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, the Australian National University, Canberra Museum and Gallery, the University of Canberra Collection, Bundanon Trust, Calvary Hospital Birth Centre, Canberra Hospital and the Lu Rees Archive.

As well as working as an artist for over 35 years Julie has been a visual arts educator lecturing across many disciplines including design, illustration, life drawing and printmaking at both the Australian National University and the University of Canberra.

A variety of works on paper, and works on wooden supports will be available for sale, and the artist will also be taking commissions for three-panel wooden screens