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Julia Pomeroy (b.1998) is an oil painter from London. She is currently studying an MFA at City and Guilds London School of Art and has been awarded the Leverhulme Scholarship to fund her course. She was based in Leeds for the last six years, and was previously a studio holder at Assembly House, Armley. Pomeroy completed her foundation year at City and Guilds Art School in 2017, and graduated from
Leeds Arts University's BFA course in 2020 with a First-Class Honours.
Julia Pomeroy’s practice elevates narratives surrounding rich energies emitted from contemporary figures within psychologically charged spaces. By using complimentary colour axis’, her paintings contrast the easily missed beauty and nauseating repetitiveness of our everyday. Constructing dreamscapes, parallel realities of our existents to question familiar contemporary habits, invigorate our seemingly mundane every day and face our decaying quotidian and failing conditioned routines. Inspired by the colour palettes from the impressionists and fauve movement, Pomeroy uses strong colours to build contrasting lights and darks to communicate un-immediate thoughts and feelings while piecing together the stories presented in my settings. Capturing unguarded states of mind, recognising the familiar and often unknown in our revolving lives, and positive and negative reactions to the spaces we utilise. Artists who Influence her practice are Caroline Walker, Jenna Gibbon, Chloe Wise, Rachel Jones, Doron Langberg, Edvard Munch, Joaquin Sorolla and Pierre Bonnard.
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