Julia Wilkinson Art
Tranquil Views of Hope

About me


I'm a visual artist, living in Hampshire, England, UK, working in painting, photography, 3D art, digital art and environmental art.

I create abstract paintings and also photographs including meditative, abstract style ones based on nature.

I have sought to explore colour, line, form and light effects, in fresh ways, in nature and Christian spirituality.

I've been working as a visual artist for about fourteen years, and have had five solo exhibitions as well as participating in group exhibitions.

I'm single, heterosexual and I've never been married.  I'm a Christian. 


I've had lots of evidence that I have someone or some people, (one of whom may be my identical twin) who look virtually exactly the same as me, who have been impersonating me, and people falsely think they are me. 


I'm healthy except for mild things, but I suspect they claim otherwise, and corrupt and misled people back them up in their lies.  I don't want or need any operations. I haven't had any recent or severe operations.

I graduated in Geography combined with Biology at the University of Sussex, later studied Landscape Design at the University of Sheffield (postgraduate level), and have participated in lots of art and photography courses mostly in Hampshire.

I previously worked in publishing briefly, also in administration in a garden nursery and also as an assistant landscape architect.





 






Solo Exhibitions



October 2014. 'A Bee's View (British Orchids)'.  

Stubbington Library, Stubbington, Hampshire.


January 2013.  'Meanders in the New Forest'.  

Stubbington Library, Stubbington, Hampshire.


Sept-Oct 2011.  'Ducks and Dolphins - Going the Way of the Dodo?' 

Le Café Parisien, Portsmouth, Hampshire.


May-June 2011.  'Meanders in the New Forest'.  

Fareham Library, Fareham, Hampshire.


June-July 2010. 'Abundant Life' and 'Missing Presumed Extinct' Series.  

Ashcroft Arts Centre, Osborn Road, Fareham, Hampshire.



Group Exhibitions



2006.  Group exhibition at Fareham College.


1998.  Group exhibition of landscape architecture plans and drawings at the University of Sheffield Landscape Department.




Environmental Statement.


I campaign to help the natural world and seek to reduce any negative environmental impacts of my visual art.

Some of my recent artworks are made from reused materials, and my work includes art designed partly to campaign on environmental issues.

All of the electricity (I don't use gas) to supply my studio/maisonette is from renewable energy - energy obtained from the wind and sun.

I seek to conserve resources and use green alternatives in some cases, for example I use oil paint brush cleaner made from oranges, and sell postcards made from recycled paper.

I try to get greener photograph paper, ideally PEFC2 but sometimes FSC, and now try to provide statements about recyclability on cards.

I aim to get frames that are FSC wood or usually environmental if other materials.

I often reuse paper and card and often reuse others' food containers for paint mixing.

I haven't flown for about sixteen years, and mostly in adult life I've travelled by public transport and walking/cycling.

I've been trying to reduce my rubbish waste and decrease my plastic use.

I've also gone vegan, partly for environmental reasons and to help people in developing countries and partly for the animals' sake (its also good for health).







Social Media


LinkedIn:    juliawilkinson3333

Twitter:      JuliaTruthArt



 






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Above: 'Pony in the New Forest'.

This is a painting for my twin, as a gift for her.

Approx. 2012-2020.

Acrylic on chunky canvas.

20x25cm (8x10").

All rights reserved Copyright Julia Wilkinson 2020.

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