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Julie Price, Artist

August 23, 2016
by the gentle author

Later this week, I shall be publishing my final assignment with Colin O’Brien –  but today I am delighted to introduce you to the joyous paintings of Julie Price, whose debut exhibition opens in the New Artist Fair at the Old Truman Brewery on 9th September and runs until 11th September.

Elder St

Folgate St

Dennis Severs’ House, Folgate St

Wilkes St

Townhouse, Fournier St

Ten Bells

Leila’s Shop, Calvert Avenue

Arnold Circus

Wilton’s Music Hall

Julie Price in Spitalfields

Paintings copyright © Julie Price

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10 Responses leave one →
  1. August 23, 2016

    Fantastic art, love all the paintings. Valerie

  2. August 23, 2016

    Yes I do like Julie’s style the geometric ones are in scale and the colouring is rather unique, she has style. Can we have some more of this artistic ladies background please. John B

  3. August 23, 2016

    ‘Joyous’, the word used by the GA in his introduction, is spot-on. Julie’s rendition of these familiar local landmarks is distinctive, yet there are nods towards the late John Allin, whose work has also been featured on Spitalfields Life. I especially like her robust descriptions of brickwork, weathered surfaces, ironwork and glass. Am looking forward to seeing her paintings in the flesh, at the Truman Brewery show in September.

  4. August 23, 2016

    Ooh lovely, I’ll be going to that exhibition too!

  5. Helen Breen permalink
    August 23, 2016

    Greetings from Boston,

    Julie’s paintings are delightful. Wishing her the best in he career.
    I visited the Severs House in June – loved the neighborhood which Julie has captured so well. Thanks for sharing…

  6. Milo Bell permalink
    August 23, 2016

    Well i may not know much about art (sniff) but i know what i like….

  7. Jane permalink
    August 23, 2016

    Unique, vibrant, stimulating, exciting. Love the perspectives and the stone and brick warm earth tones. Getting to London (from Devon) just a couple of days before Julie’s Truman’s exhibition finishes – very much hoping to re-arrange the diary.

  8. August 23, 2016

    It might not be ‘fashionable’ in certain quarters to say so – but I really like these paintings. Great stuff Julie!

  9. Ian. permalink
    August 23, 2016

    Julie’s paintings are delightful, totally evocative of one of my favourite parts of London.

  10. Susan Levinson permalink
    August 25, 2016

    I hope that Julie will someday consider having a book of her artwork published.

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