Julie-Ann Simpson is a painter based in Glasgow.
Simpson is interested in the porous boundaries between interior and exterior spaces, dreams and reality. The paintings sit in that transitional place, often beginning as representations, but eventually seem to slip into ambiguous afterimages. Simpson’s latest body of work considers our interrelationship with the natural world bringing together ideas of imagination, ritual, memory, pleasure and language.
Selected Recent Exhibitions
’10 + 1’, Contemporary Six, Manchester. Group exhibition.
‘All About Eve’, Delphian Gallery, London. Group exhibition.
‘The Healing Wound’, Purslane. Group exhibition.
‘Regnum Luminis’, Eve Leibe Gallery, London. Co-curated by Domenico de Chirico. Group exhibition.
‘NOW | Futures’, Huxley-Parlour Gallery, London. Online showcase, invited artist.
‘Art on a Postcard: Summer Auction’. Hoxton Gallery, London; Auction and exhibition. Group exhibition.
‘The Top 100’, The Auction Collective. The Department Store, Brixton; Auction and exhibition. Group exhibition.
‘Lovers Lane’ curated by Zac Bradley, Oceans Apart. Salford. Group exhibition.
‘Green Fires’, The Violet Hour. Group exhibition.
‘Tilted’, Wilder Gallery with Purslane, London. Group exhibition.
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5. Julie-Ann SimpsonEyes the Colour of Gorse
Drawing, 21 x 17 cm.