My Website www.julieasutherland.com
Biography, Julie Sutherland trained as a Woolclasser and Teacher Assistant in Western Australia. Woolclassing gave Julie a chance to work and travel to the outback and coastal areas of Western Australia, South Australia and New Zealand. This has been an influence in her paintings with her Seascapes, Landscapes , Animal artwork and interesting people she has met along the way. Julie works with Acrylic paints, Oil paints, Inks, Pastels and Photography.Awards
2009 Swan View Show Art Awards, First and Second Prize Art Awards for Modern Art Paintings.
First Prize Ribbon for RAS Award, Swan View Show.
2010 Second and Third Prize Art Awards for Modern Art, Swan View Show.
2011 First Prize, For any other Medium, Wanneroo Show Art Awards.
Exibitions and Competitions
2012 Feb Bullsbrook Group Exibition
2011 Nov/Dec Interactivearts Online Exibition.
2011 Nov, Wanneroo Show Art Exibition, Wanneroo
2011 Moores Building, Fremantle
2011 Baskerville Art Group Exibition, Baskerville
2011 City Life, Parmelia House, Perth
2010 Dec, Small Works Exibition, Melbourne
2010 Dec, Bliss Exibition Claremont
2010 20th Nov, Swan View Show
2010 Oct, Baskerville Hall, Baskerville
2010 Swan Art Awards. Midland
2010 Sept-Oct Perth Royal Agricultural Show Claremont
2010 Aug, Inside Out, University Club, UWA
2010 Myths Legends and Stories Exibition Midland
2010 Jan-Feb, Riverview Church Burswood (Solo Exibition)
2010 Interactivearts Online Exibition
2009 9th Dec– 27th Jan 2010, Celebration , Myhq Perth
2009 21st Nov, Swan View Show
2009 Oct -Nov, Midland Open Art, Midland Town Hall
2009 Oct 10th – 11th Baskerville Hall, Spring In The Valley
2009 Sept- Oct, Perth Royal Agricultural Show
2009 July – Aug, Mia Café, Inglewood
2009 June, Mixed Media– Midland Town Hall-Swan Shire
2009 April, May, Bullsbrook District High School (Solo Art Exibition)
2009 April. Reform, Mount Lawley
2009 March, Midland Town Hall, Swan Shire
2009 29th Jan– 1st Feb, Inspired By Nature, Inglewood.
2007-Town Of Northam
There is Colour “Everywhere” and I like to
over Emphasize this in my paintings.
My Sheep paintings are created to show that sheep do look different. As you may of heard an old saying “That Sheep all look a like”.