Jules Anslow

Sculptural Paintings, Murals, Illustration





acrylic on wood
Jules Anslow





Jules left her home state of Ohio to come to the Northwest in 1985. She began working for established ceramic jewelry artists here before developing and selling her own jewelry and pottery. Her sculptural pop-cartoon painting style in acrylic on wood has evolved steadily over the last twenty years, born from the possibilities she found in slab-rolled clay.  From multi-level paintings to three-dimensional murals, Jules uses every opportunity to combine 2D and 3D for a larger-than-life effect.  She created two of the pigs for Pike Place Market’s “Pigs on Parade 2007”.  Jules also currently curates, promotes and teaches for the studio/gallery she co-founded in 2006, Lowell Art Works in Everett.







"Art for me is an extension of my arms and legs. A juxtaposition of objects or an unusual shape is what usually starts my wheels turning. I tend to be initially inspired by the visual, shape and color; meanings usually surface to me later, but occasionally the reverse happens. I'm drawn to curving lines, bright colors, sparkly, shiny things which I collect and hoard in my nest... "



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