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Julia Paul works in painting and photography to explore perception and impermanence. Her paintings are influenced by images about vulnerability with subjects that are often filled with conflict and frailty. Her award-winning photography has been mentioned in The Washington Post, and centers on the Virginia landscape as well as questions around the role of photography as documentation. She has an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles, and has shown her work nationally in gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Masur Art Museum, Munroe, LA; Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC; Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA; Blue Line Arts, curated by Emma Saperstein, Sacramento, CA; and the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, Providence. She worked at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, contributing to the coordination and execution of large survey and artist exhibitions. She also owned a business designing and producing wheel-thrown pottery that was sold in the US and internationally. Julia Paul currently lives and works in Virginia.

Walking past a window our eyes typically fall on the view outside. Julia Paul’s images suggest that there are hidden images to be found if we break from habitual looking. 

— Carolyn Benedict Fraser, 2022 Art Through the Lens, exhibition catalogue

Paul’s “Seed Pod”... is radiantly light.

— Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post, 2023

Julia Paul at Findings Gallery
March 1 - 30, 2024
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