Before settling in Santa Fe in 2006, Julia lived in Europe for 16 years, producing her art in various ateliers and master classes in Paris and London. She spent many productive years working with master printmakers at the London Print Studio. She was finally drawn to Santa Fe by memories of her extensive illustrations over 35 years ago for “Journey to the High Southwest,” a travel classic by Robert Casey. Her prints currently revolve around two subjects – the nude and ethnic pots. She feels both are quiet, complex, fascinating vessels, always provoking contemplation and exploration.
If you'd like to read more about the art of printmaking, Julia has written a wonderful article on the subject. You may read it by clicking HERE.