Julie Oakes uses painting, ceramics, glass, performance, print making installation and video to address environmental protectionism, women’s rights, spiritualism and cultural diversity. She has had solo museum exhibitions in Canada at The Vernon Art Gallery ( 2016, 2001, 1986), The Canadian Clay and Glass Museum (2016, 2011), The Penticton Art Gallery , The Varley Museum, The Canadian Museum of Northern History, The Alternator Gallery, and RCA Visuals. International solo exhibitions include Rivington Gallery, London Read More, England and The Temple Gallery, Nassau, Bahamas. Recent invitational museum group exhibitions include Interwoven, Lodz, Poland, Kanadishe Woken, Germany, and the Anchorage Museum of Art. She has written a trilogy of novellas Human Sacrifice (Rich Fog Publishing 2004 -2006), a novel Hooks (Dundurn Press, 2012) and is a regular contributor to Vies Des Arts, Montreal. She lives and works in BC Canada. She holds a Masters in Visual Arts, NYU, and a Masters in Social and Political Science, New School for Social Research, New York.
Skills: Dry-point etching
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