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9 Sept 2022
17 Sept 2022
saturday + sundays = 11 - 4
mon-friday by appointment tel; 07984 376346


Julia says she has always been more comfortable with non-human subjects – yet her portraits reveal a great sensitivity to people. Indeed, her training in classical portraiture under her mother Anna Zinkeisen, and her long career as a professional portrait artist, explain the technical mastery evident in her other work. That work is the subject of this exhibition.

Here, a keenly observed sense of humour meets a penetrating insight. A troubled world meets her own turbulent experiences. What emerge are paintings with a distinct and occasionally disturbing imagery; a catalogue of rendered dreams describing a deeply personal response to a place and its people. For the last thirty years Julia’s place has been Suffolk.

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