New Acquisitions and Stock
Always new and exciting work coming into the gallery, William Gear, Philip Sutton, Bratby as well as very strong collectors Prints, never with editions over 75....... Basil Beattie, Craigie Aitchison, Neil Canning.
New John Piper print 26/70 edition.... very collectable
Happy Summers Day
Small Oil Painting
Electricity Pylons in Pembrokeshire
Watercolour Pembrokeshire Under Snow
2010 small oil produced for Tenby Robert Recorde show
Julie Sullock was born in Clapham and still lives in South London.
She studied Fine Art at St. Martins School of Art from 1983 to 1986.
After this she completed an M.A. in printmaking at Brighton Polytechnic.
Julie’s abstract work is inspired by the landscape of Wales, Dorset, Southern France and the London skyline.
Her paintings concentrate on the use of colour and mood.
The composition of a painting is also important element in her work.
Some of her work reflects her interest in buildings, doorways and reflections of brake lights in the rain.
Julie has continued to make prints since leaving Art College; producing lithographs, silkscreens, collographs and most recently etchings.
Julie is a member of Southbank Printmakers which has a gallery in Gabriels wharf, where her work can be viewed.
She has exhibited widely in both UK and abroad
I am a painter printmaker inspired by the landscapes of Mid-Wales. I work in the British romantic tradition, following in the footsteps of Samuel Palmer and the later neoromantic artists of the 1940s. While some of my landscapes are from my imagination, many depict real places such as Aberystwyth where I did my degree in the late 80s, and Pentre'r Beirdd in Powys where I have lived and worked over the last 10 years.
The recurrent theme in my work is our relationship to nature whether in a realistic or surreal depiction of our internal or external worlds. Landscape for me is often a protective place, an escape or safe environment away from the demands of the modern world. I currently work from a studio in London next to the Thames Barrier, and find my creative mind works best in the separation from the places I am depicting.