Julie has taken her inspiration from the gardens of Heligan and Glendurgan, as a keen gardener it also reflects the colours in her own Cornish garden.
Julie Moss lives and works in Cornwall and studied Fine Art at Falmouth University. Previously she grew up in Lancashire and attended Bolton school of Art in 1973 -76, after training to become a florist and working as a textile designer she moved to Cornwall to raise her family. Julie is a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists.
A finalist in the John Ruskin prize and Windsor and Newton painting prize, her work was also selected for stage 2 of the John Moore’s prize. Exhibitions include the Royal Academy summer/winter Exhibition 2020. Her work has been exhibited in the 2019 Venice Biennale, and is held in private collections including the Gallery of Modern Art in Malaysia.