Jules Bradbury

Jules Bradbury is an artist  increasingly blurring the lines between drawing and painting. She works  primarily in charcoal and pastel, sometimes in  monotype. Complexity, energy and profusion in the natural world summon her focus. Her drawings carry spontaneity and vitality, stemming from active observation and close listening. Her printmaking brings bursts of joyous colour. She lives alongside the wild where she forms her work.

After leaving a successful career in film, and then landscape,  Jules began to exhibit her own work, showing in Berlin and throughout Scotland. Her work has attracted many bursaries and awards and has been supported by Creative Scotland, Fallago Environmental Fund, the Southern Upland Partnership and the Heritage Lottery Fund. She was Connecting Threads artist-in-residence 2021 and exhibited a selection of work in 'The Natural Eye', The Mall Galleries, London in Autumn 2022. 

Her work can be found in private collections across Europe, North America and Australia.

She works from her studio in the hills of the Scottish Borders, south of Edinburgh, giving workshops and running courses in drawing.

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