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Latimer

Julee

4856

Artist ID:

Exhibitions & Events


2023 | Unveiling Australia’s vibrant art scene, Singapore

2022 | Punk Luxe, Art Lovers Gallery, Collingwood, Vic

2020 | Art Under Lockdown, Counterweave Gallery online, Rome, Italy

2014 | Tesselaar Sculpture Exhibition, Vic

2014 | Toorak Sculpture Exhibition, Vic

2014 | Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

2013 | La Dolce Vita, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York, USA

2013 | Vortex of the Huetopia, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York

2011 | Fragments to Fashion, Manyung Gallery, Mount Eliza, Vic

2008 | Mind over Mosaic, Joel Gallery, Altona, Vic


Art Prizes


2021 | Bluethumb Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2021 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2020 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2019 | 45 Downstairs Emerging Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2019 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne


Art Fairs


2022 | The Other Art Fair


Public Art


2023 | Walk the Line and Wolf Moon, Conrad Orchard Hotel, Singapore

2023 | Minutes to Midnight and Liquid Sunshine, Hotel Capella, Sydney

2020 | UooUoo Art Trail, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

2013 | Sit Your Art Down Mosaic Armchair sculpture, Melton Council


Publications


2020 | Featured Artist, Artsy Shark USA

2020 | In the Studio interview by State of the Art Gallery

2019 | USA Art Education Manual, by Professor Debrah Sickler-Voigt, PhD

2017 | Sculptural Secrets for Mosaic, by Julee Latimer, Schiffer Ltd, USA

2015 | ArtEdit Magazine, Artist Profile

2013 | Mastering Mosaics by Rayna Clark, USA

2011 | Mosaic Fine Art Abstracts by Pam Givens and Irit Levy, USA

Artistic Journey | Bio


An artist since childhood, Julee Latimer is an Australia-based English artist who initially gained international acclaim for her sculptural mosaic art. The physical demands of extensive material cutting led to wrist and elbow strain, prompting a pivotal shift in her creative approach. Latimer chronicled this transition in her book, Sculptural Secrets for Mosaic (Schiffer Publishing, USA, 2017), which marked the end of that chapter in her artistry. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2019, majoring in Sculpture and Painting, from Curtin University in Perth.


Drawing on her experiences of relocating internationally and the consequent cycles of forming and re-forming social connections, Latimer developed a distinctive technique that involves deconstructing and reinventing paint after it has dried. Working from her home studio in Melbourne, she creates vibrant series that explore this process in varied ways. Her work has reached finalist status in several prestigious art prizes and is included in both private and public collections worldwide.

Artistic Journey | Bio


An artist since childhood, Julee Latimer is an Australia-based English artist who initially gained international acclaim for her sculptural mosaic art. The physical demands of extensive material cutting led to wrist and elbow strain, prompting a pivotal shift in her creative approach. Latimer chronicled this transition in her book, Sculptural Secrets for Mosaic (Schiffer Publishing, USA, 2017), which marked the end of that chapter in her artistry. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2019, majoring in Sculpture and Painting, from Curtin University in Perth.


Drawing on her experiences of relocating internationally and the consequent cycles of forming and re-forming social connections, Latimer developed a distinctive technique that involves deconstructing and reinventing paint after it has dried. Working from her home studio in Melbourne, she creates vibrant series that explore this process in varied ways. Her work has reached finalist status in several prestigious art prizes and is included in both private and public collections worldwide.

Women in Art

Whiteout

1220

Art ID

2017

|

48 x 48 x 7cm

Glass on wood

6190

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Equinox

1219

Art ID

2017

|

112 x 200 x 13 cm

Glass on cement

9980

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Flowerbombs

1227

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 160 cm

Acrylic on canvas

5750

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Asteria

1218

Art ID

2017

|

115 x 41 x 7 cm

Glass on cement

11240

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Forest Bathing

1221

Art ID

2023

|

83 x 90 x 7cm

Acrylic on cement

5560

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Stoned

1222

Art ID

2023

|

147 x 58 x 7cm

Acrylic on cement

6320

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Tequila Sunrise

1223

Art ID

2023

|

116 x 33 x 6 cm

Acrylic on cement

2900

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Sway 1

1224

Art ID

2024

|

90 x 120 cm

Acrylic on canvas

3350

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Sway 2

1225

Art ID

2024

|

101 x 152 cm

Acrylic on canvas

4710

$

Julee

Latimer

Women in Art

Sway 3

1226

Art ID

2024

|

101 x 152 cm

Acrylic on canvas

4710

$

Julee

Latimer

Further Works of This Artist

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Personal Statement


“I am an artist without brushes, using paint that has dried before I manipulate it.”


I am captivated by the notion of paint existing independently from the canvas, allowing me to use it as a solid material. By pouring paint onto plastic and removing it once dry, I grant the paint the autonomy to shape itself. I harness its inherent flexibility to delve into my interests in textiles, collage, and sculptural techniques.


My works, intricate in detail, emerge from countless hours of meticulous cutting, layering, and gluing. This process-oriented approach beautifully fuses hands-on craftsmanship with fine art aesthetics. My primary goal is to spark discussions about the essence of painting and to challenge conventional expectations of what a painting can be.


Looking ahead, I aim to blur the lines between artistic genres further, actively resisting easy classification. My future projects include continued experimentation with paint as a molded material for sculptural works and the exploration of paint threads for creating textiles.


I am also keen to expand my emerging presence in the corporate world through collaborations and commissions with designers and art agencies. My ultimate aspiration is to see my works displayed in a major museum.


Website


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juleelatimer

Exhibitions & Events


2023 | Unveiling Australia’s vibrant art scene, Singapore

2022 | Punk Luxe, Art Lovers Gallery, Collingwood, Vic

2020 | Art Under Lockdown, Counterweave Gallery online, Rome, Italy

2014 | Tesselaar Sculpture Exhibition, Vic

2014 | Toorak Sculpture Exhibition, Vic

2014 | Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

2013 | La Dolce Vita, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York, USA

2013 | Vortex of the Huetopia, Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, New York

2011 | Fragments to Fashion, Manyung Gallery, Mount Eliza, Vic

2008 | Mind over Mosaic, Joel Gallery, Altona, Vic


Art Prizes


2021 | Bluethumb Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2021 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2020 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2019 | 45 Downstairs Emerging Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne

2019 | Wyndham Art Prize Finalist, Melbourne


Art Fairs


2022 | The Other Art Fair


Public Art


2023 | Walk the Line and Wolf Moon, Conrad Orchard Hotel, Singapore

2023 | Minutes to Midnight and Liquid Sunshine, Hotel Capella, Sydney

2020 | UooUoo Art Trail, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

2013 | Sit Your Art Down Mosaic Armchair sculpture, Melton Council


Publications


2020 | Featured Artist, Artsy Shark USA

2020 | In the Studio interview by State of the Art Gallery

2019 | USA Art Education Manual, by Professor Debrah Sickler-Voigt, PhD

2017 | Sculptural Secrets for Mosaic, by Julee Latimer, Schiffer Ltd, USA

2015 | ArtEdit Magazine, Artist Profile

2013 | Mastering Mosaics by Rayna Clark, USA

2011 | Mosaic Fine Art Abstracts by Pam Givens and Irit Levy, USA

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