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Julie Lawrence is a Wirral based Contemporary Romantic Landscape Artist. She Holds a BA (First Class) in Art with Theology and Religious studies and an MA in Fine Art from the University of Chester. Julie’s work is preoccupied with the notion of transience and the shifting levels of light which influence perception and mood. She takes inspiration from her regular daily walks on the Wirral Peninsula, a place that she has lived all of her life. Her pastel works are a direct response to the process of her walking activities. These works are composed of ambiguous shadowy figures, perceived and held in memory as she makes her way to the coast. Julie has exhibited widely across the UK, including the National Open Art Competition in London where she was awarded a regional prize for the North of England Artist of the Year. Her most recent exhibition has been at the Pastel Society Annual exhibition 2022 at the Mall Galleries in London.