About Me

Enfield, London, United Kingdom
I'm a botanical artist living in Enfield. graduated in April 2012 with credit from The Society Of Botanical Artists. All images and artwork copyright © Julie Whelan 2016 Exhibitions: Dugdale Centre Enfield Town – August 2012. Capel Manor Enfield – September 2012. Society Of Botanical Artists -highly commended for the Joyce cuming presentation award – April 2013. Botanical Art in Bloom, Phoenix Park, Dublin Ireland – May/June 2013. Botanical Art Expo, Claregalway Castle Ireland July/September 2013. April 2014: Society of Botanical Artists. June-November 2014: Royal Brompton and Harefield hospital Arts-Harefield hospital. November-January 2014:Royal Brompton and Harefield Arts-Royal Brompton Hospital. December 2014-February 2015:Staff and patient exhibition at the Royal Brompton Hospital- Proffessor David Rayson-Head awarded 3rd prize February 2015- Awarded associate membership at The Society of Botanical Artists. April 2015-Society of Botanical Artists Annual Exhibition. July 2015-work accepted by the RHS February 2016-Society of Botanical Artists awarded full membership April 2016- Society of Botanical Artists-Awarded Margaret Granger Memorial Silver Bowl

Tuesday, 15 May 2012

So after 27 long months of studying with The Society of Botanical Artists and passing with  credit...Graduation day arrived, a lovely evening was spent on the 20th of April with fellow graduates and family members!

I'm now busy planning my first exhibition in August with a fellow artist, Samantha Ann Hutchinson.The opening night is planned for the 3rd of August at the Dugdale Centre in Enfield Town, Middlesex and our artworks are going to be exhibited for a period of 3 weeks! This is all very exciting and I have many more projects planned for the future; so watch this space :)

            Me receiving my certificate from Margaret Stevens the course director.


1 comment:

Sketchbook Squirrel said...

Aha! There it is at last. Lots of congratulations on finally getting through all the assignments and stress. Well done Julie and good luck for the exhibition. x