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An Interview with Award Winning Fine Artist Julie Snyder

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Scottish artist Julie Snyder studied drawing and painting at the Glasgow School of Art;
combining the austere style of Scottish tradition with Art Nouveau. Even as a child she
was encouraged to pursue her art by her artist-mother and writer-father.

Julie’s artistic career has spanned both sides of the Atlantic and included several years
of residence in Southern Spain. She forged her craft as an illustrator in advertising,
publishing and the motion picture industry, including Warner Bros.

Julie Snyder is an award-winning and sought-after artist in Southern California’s
figurative art scene. “I paint the figure, finding my subjects in many walks of life and I bring them into the studio to model. I love to recreate an impressionistic environment on the canvas that suggests a story.”

Following the tradition of artists traveling abroad she led 13 women artists to rural
France in Fall 2010 and coordinated two exhibits of their work. This year she travels again with artists; to Eastern Europe and then France.

Her work has shown in the National Art Museum of Sport, the Pasadena Museum of History and the International Salon of Figurative Art. She has exhibited with The Oil Painters of America at the Waterhouse Gallery and Howard/Mandeville Gallery, Addison Art Gallery, The Boston International Fine Arts Show, and with the California Art Club in Los Angeles. She is represented by Galerie du Soleil, Naples; Danielak Art, Pasadena; Silvana Gallery, Glendale; Addison Art Gallery, Cape Cod; by Segil Fine Art, Monrovia and Marchese Fine Art, Marina del Rey,.

Her work has been published as a hardback book, Paintings: Julie Snyder Artist. She has
been featured in the American Art Collector, Southwest Art, STIG online media and the
Pasadena Weekly.