About

Julie Nelson is a British ceramicist who explores the visual connections and regularities found across the natural world.

Her work focuses on the elemental and she crafts in a series, often exhibiting objects in groups that both contrast and interrelate.

Julie’s installation Flock explores themes of migration and identity and involves groups and individuals who have a connection to the subject.

Exhibitions

V & A Museum, Refugee Week with Counterpoint Arts, London 2019

Modern Art Hire, London 2019

Festival show, Cameron Contemporary Art, Brighton 2019

Battersea Art Fair, London 2019

Biscuit Factory, Newcastle 2018

Festival show, Cameron Contemporary 2018

Discerning Eye, selected by Anne Magill, Mall Galleries, London 2017

Chiaro Scuro, Rye Monastery, Rye Festival, Rye 2017

Battersea and Hampstead art fairs, London 2017

Cameron Contemporary, Brighton 2017

Battersea and Hampstead art fairs, London 2016

Cameron Contemporary Art, Brighton 2016

Battersea art fair, London 2015

Cameron Contemporary Art, London 2015

Art Fair, Bristol 2014

Cameron Contemporary Art, Brighton 2014

Affordable Art Fair, London 2013

Cameron Contemporary Art, Brighton 2012

Recollect, London Glassblowing, London 2010

Recollect, Koukan Gallery, London 2009

Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow 2004.

Scottish gallery, Edinburgh 2003

Mission gallery, Notting Hill, London 2001

Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh 2001

International Design Yearbook, edited by Ingo Maurer.

1999 Create Britain, Taiwan

Cornerhouse, Manchester 1999

MOMA, New York 1999

Mission gallery, London 1998

Royal Festival Hall, 1997

100 Design, Olympia, 1995-2001

Abingdon Museum, Oxfordshire, 1995

Banbury Museum, 1995

City Art Gallery, Southampton 1995

Nomadic Art, North Audley Street, London 1991

Air Gallery, London 1989

Chisenhale Gallery, London 1988

Collections and Commissions

Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art

Winka Dubbledam architect

'W' hotels in Los Angeles and New Orleans

Callison Architects for Microsoft

Din Associates

Rafael Vinoly Architects New York

Donna Karan