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RESOURCES

Over recent years Julia has developed a range of resources for aspiring students of botanical art, including, leaflets, books and online tutorials as well as writing articles for national art magazines. She has also produced greetings cards of her work. 

Many of these items can be purchased through ETSY

BOOKS

Julia's popular self-published books 'Leaves - Observations in Watercolour' and 'Colour - Observations in Botanical Art' are handy sized so as to be easily kept with art equipment and are now also available a pdf downloads.

Whilst not explicitly a ‘how-to’ book,  'Botanical Artistry', published by Two Rivers Press, aims to inspire as well as give an insight into one artist’s practice. See how ordinary and sometimes overlooked subjects such as leaves and fading flowers can be centre stage and come to life in this beautiful showcase of some of Julia's best-loved botanical watercolours.

This is the first in an exciting new collectable series, published by Two Rivers Press, focusing on the work of distinguished botanical artists under the banner of Botanical Art Portfolios.

 

Signed 'Botanical Artistry' available from ETSY 
Unsigned book from AMAZON

ONLINE TUTORIALS

During the Pandemic, Julia devised some pre-recorded online courses - 'Botanical Colour' and 'Texture and Detail'. These courses were six sessions, delivered over twelve weeks with the options for peer-to-peer support and tutor feedback. There were also shorter Spring Flowers and Seasonal Foliage courses.

 

Whilst very popular, Julia is taking a break from repeating these courses for now, though is still possible to access self-paced shorter tutorials (including some free videos) at juliatrickeyart.teachable.com

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QUICK LINKS

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