Julie Gladstone is a Toronto based artist working in abstract painting, sculpture and installation. Her interpretation of the everyday landscape is revealed through an abstract language whose aesthetics consider the intersections of the urban and the natural; consumer culture and contemporary spirituality. With a BFA from Concordia University, Gladstone has had solo exhibitions at Walnut Contemporary and Navillus Gallery and her work has been included in notable group exhibitions internationally. She is the recipient of the Artscape Award (2014) and the CSCE Emerging Artist Award (2016) and has participated in artist residencies at Artscape Gibraltar Point, SIM International Artist Residency, (Iceland) and MUSE (Montreal). She has received media attention from CBC Arts, Toronto Guardian, Toronto Life and Notable.ca and has received support from Toronto Arts Council and Ontario Arts Council. A survey of her work was recently exhibited at the Department of Canadian Heritage (2018).
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