Julia Craig is an abstract artist whose love of colour is clearly apparent in her vibrant work. She works intuitively, in a number of different media. She produces work which is very much about expressive gesture and the physical act of painting. Her photographs reflect her affinity with the natural landscape, particularly in colour and texture.
Julia graduated from the Byam Shaw School of Art, after which she worked at the Whitechapel Art Gallery for Nicholas Serota. She then trained to be an art teacher and has taught art for many years.
Julia has exhibited widely, including in the Discerning Eye in London, selected by the abstract artist Bert Irvin, more recently at the RWA in 2015 and in the Bath Society of Artists Annual exhibition in 2016. She has works in private collections in the UK, France, Holland, Australia, the US and in a public collection in the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan.