Julie Anne Fox
My first love in art making has always been landscape and still life. While I visited Nova Scotia frequently over the years, I was happy to retire in Guysborough in 2018. Here I have found the inspiration and time to return to painting. Acrylic on canvas is my medium of choice along with digital media using the iPad.
About Julie Anne
As a young artist I attended the rigorous, traditional adult art program at Central Technical School in Toronto and studied life drawing, painting, and sculpture. While at the University of Toronto’s Fine Art program I found a fascination with the time-based arts of video art and documentation and subsequently had a career in video documentation in both the fine arts and medical spheres. Thanks for this multivariate training I also have experience with bronze casting, carpentry, jewellery making, pottery, and photography.
I am keen on volunteering in the arts community and have served as both Vice-President and President of the University of Toronto Fine Arts Student Union invigorating the bi-annual shows by organizing and promoting student work. I was also volunteer administrative assistant at the Toronto School of Art organizing the student records and helping during exhibitions and street fairs.
I have art work in private collections and also at Vtape, an archive for video and new media.