Artist Profile - Juli-Anne Coward

Pie In The Sky (NYC)
Over The Top ( N.Y. IIII)
As Old as the Hills
Cherry on the top (Cereza en la cima)
Rear Window
Fade To Grey (New York VI)
Above Board
Living It Up
Close Fit
Urban Jungle
Urban Cool
City Heat (New York V)

Pie In The Sky (NYC)

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 60 x 45cm Unframed

Year: 2019

Price: £850 plus delivery

Over The Top ( N.Y. IIII)

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 75 x 61cm Framed

Year: 2019

Price: £1100 Plus Delivery

As Old as the Hills

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Measurements: 108 x 76cm Framed

Price: £1050 Plus Delivery

Cherry on the top (Cereza en la cima)

Medium: acrylic on board

Measurements: 100x 76 cm framed

Year: 2023

Price: £1,200 plus delivery

Rear Window

Medium: Ink on Paper Board

Measurements: 72 x 55cm Framed

Year: 2015

Price: £750 Plus Delivery

Fade To Grey (New York VI)

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 78 x 67 cm Framed

Year: 2019

Price: £850 Plus Delivery

Above Board

Medium: Ink on Plaster

Measurements: 73 x 71cm Framed

Price: £850 Plus Delivery

Living It Up

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Measurements: 75cm x 104cm framed

Year: 2019

Price: £1050 plus delivery

Close Fit

Medium: Mixed Media on Plaster

Measurements: 58 x 58cm Framed

Year: 2015

Price: £550 Plus Delivery

Urban Jungle

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 91cm x 78cm

Year: 2020

Price: £1100 Plus Delivery

Urban Cool

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 89 x78 cm framed

Year: 2020

Price: £1100 Plus Delivery

City Heat (New York V)

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 90 x78 cms Framed

Year: 2019

Price: £1100 Plus Delivery

Pie In The Sky (NYC)

Medium: Acrylic on Board

Measurements: 60 x 45cm Unframed

Year: 2019

Price: £850 plus delivery

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About Juli-Anne Coward
Artist Statement

Pie In The Sky (NYC)
Over The Top ( N.Y. IIII)
As Old as the Hills
Cherry on the top (Cereza en la cima)
Rear Window
Fade To Grey (New York VI)
Above Board
Living It Up
Close Fit
Urban Jungle
Urban Cool
City Heat (New York V)
Pie In The Sky (NYC)
Over The Top ( N.Y. IIII)
As Old as the Hills
Cherry on the top (Cereza en la cima)
Rear Window
Fade To Grey (New York VI)
Above Board
Living It Up
Close Fit
Urban Jungle
Urban Cool
City Heat (New York V)

Biography

Juli Anne grew up in the Lake District in the north of England. After leaving school she worked in the textile industry as a spool setter for a carpet and rug manufacturer in Kendal, and as a sewing machinist making a variety of garments. At the age of 23 she enrolled at Cumbria College of Art and Design in Carlisle and studied a foundation course in Art and Design, before studying Graphic Design specialising in Illustration in Bath. 
 
Juli Anne works both as a professional artist and as a Guild Commended Picture Framer in Herefordshire. She also spends a lot of time in her second home in the Vall de Gallinera in Alicante Spain. 
 
Juli Anne’s work has been exhibited at the Greenstage Gallery in Bishops Frome in the U.K since 2007 and regularly exhibited at the Affordable Art Fair in Bristol and Battersea in London. She also has her work exhibited in galleries in Portugal and Spain.
A Painting of Bristol Cathedral was used on much of Bristol Cathedral's publicity for 2008 and 2009 and also as their Christmas card for 2008.   Juli was shortlisted for the ‘2008 Canon and Art Business Today print to win competition’.  Juli Anne has worked on numerous commisions over the last few years, and  her pictures can be found on some of the grandest walls in the country. If you are looking for a commision please contact the Gallery for futher details. 
 
Juli Anne’s art work has been specially selected from a large number of entries to feature in a forthcoming book to be published in 2021. This book is the ‘Bristol Art book and is one of a series of books depicting city images throughout the UK


You can view her latest works online on our 360degree Greenstage Autumn Exhibition Tour



Artist Statement

As a  child  I chose to paint the rooftops visible from my parents window.  I  have always loved painting all kinds of buildings from ancient to the most  contemporary.   I believe that all buildings have a certain energy of their own which is independant of the way they are used by the people who inhabit them.  I do not have a preconceived idea of how a particular image will evolve, but I prefer to work instinctively and let the buildings divide the painting into different blocks of colour.  I will experiment with surfaces and techniques and I will work with all sorts of media such as  collage, ghesso, plaster, oils, acrylics and inks.  My dramatic use of colour permeates many of the pictures I paint.  Colour and lines attract me and as I work I let the colours bleed into one another.