Julie Williams is a female artist born in Australia, currently working in Australia.
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Julie Williams is a photoartist living and working in the Vale of Clwydd, NSW Australia. Julie has been a finalist in national photographic awards, and her work is represented in private collections.

The source of her imagery is the natural landscape within the Great Dividing Range near her home on the western edge of the Blue Mountains. Video and photography capture moving water at a waterhole in a nearby river. This location is a sacred women’s place in Wiradjuri country, and a site for women to tell their stories. Now a contemporary recreational and nature reserve it is developing a modern history while still manifesting deep spiritual links with the past. Water, for Julie, is a metaphor for the passage of time, death and renewal.

In October 2013 a bushfire known as the State Mine Fire ravaged her home area and beyond. New photomedia work currently being developed for exhibition in 2014 will combine imagery from this fireground and water imagery to capture the essence of the wildness and the unpredictability of nature.

Black Eye Gallery
Summer Show 2014
a group show curated by Sandy Edwards.
This exhibition showcases the work of twenty four photographic artists who have been inspired by the warmth and longs days of the unique Australian summer.

Self Portrait from an upcoming solo exhibition Fire State of MIne
AP 2013
Digital Pigment Print on Photo Rag Baryta
Image size 40 × 60cm