Julie Goldsmith MRBS
Julie Goldsmith is a London studio based artist, graduate of Camberwell Art School and member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.
She works in bronze, ceramic, oil and found objects. The work is poetical. Recurring motifs are lambs, wolves, fairies, swans and latterly vampires. Influences are from fiction, poetry and music.
Goldsmith likes to install her work in strange and beautiful environments such as an old icehouse, the crypt of a church and a disused water tower.
She also regularly exhibits in group shows and her work is in private collections.
Her occasional art reviews are published in International Times.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Window exhibition. The Library Club St Martin’s Lane London. W1 Summer 2017
Soho Faery. The Door at The Society Club 12 Ingestre Place Soho London December 7th/ January 2017
All of Them Witches. The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities and Fine Art. Window Exhibition Hackney London September/October 2016
So A Fairy Sung. The Library Club, St Martin’s Lane, London. February 2016
Darkly Romantic. Hackney Wicked Festival, London 2010
Gas Lane. The Waterpoint water-tower Kings Cross London 2008
Fairy Tales. The Ice House Gallery Holland Park London 2005
Selected Group Shows
Winter Fair The Crow’s Nest Gallery Crowthorne Road London W10 December 2018
HANDMADE In Britain Chelsea Town Hall London November 2018
Kindred Winter Open Studios Kindred Studios London November 2018
New Artist Fair The Old Truman Brewery September 2018
Art4Grefell charity auction Royal Bank of Scotland Bishopsgate London February 2018
Kindred Studios Open Door Queens Park London February 2018
West end House Gallery, Kent. Christmas show. December 2017
William Blake festival. Multi Sensory Exhibition Bognor Regis Public Library Sussex October 2017
Kindred Studios Open Studio St Marks Road London W10 Summer 2017
Transitions The Menier Gallery London July 2016 Christmas Group Show.
The West End House Gallery Smarden Kent November/ December 2015
The Independent Artist Fair TIAF 2015. The Rag Factory Brick Lane London
The Piano Room Opening Show. Hackney Road London 2015
Look No Further Mother Project Space Hackney Wick London. 2015 Portobello Road.
Streetlights Commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea 2009
Camberwell Art School University of the Arts London
Ceramics/ Fine Art BA Hons First Class
Elected a member of The Royal Society of Sculptors 2014 to the present
‘Angela Carter on a Plate’ review in International Times by David Erdos 2018
Crafts Magazine Nov/December issue 2018
London Art and Food _review December 2018
International Times 50th Anniversary Edition edited by Robert Montgomery 2017