Artist and lecturer Julie Askew has been exhibiting and teaching throughout the world for over twenty years.

Signature Member and International Board Member of Society of Animal Artists

A book with over 300 of her paintings and sketches – A Voyage Round the World in Paintings - was recently published by New Holland London and launched at the renowned Tryon Gallery, London. ( Book now Sold Out at the Publishers )

Works are amongst others, in private collections and the collections of the Nature in Art Museum UK, the Royal House of Oman, the Chatham Museum – British Army, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.

Best selling artist in Sothebys last Wildlife Auction.

Exhibitions include New York, Palm Beach, Rotterdam, Paris, London, San Diego, Denver, Abu Dhabi,

Founder of Oman Wild Art - A unique Internationally Juried, Nature Themed Exhibition for Omani Artists painting Arabian Wildlife. Linking the Fine Art Society of Oman ( Diwan ) The Environmental Society of Oman and the Nature in Art Museum, UK.

Artist Ambassador Against Poaching - African Wildlife Trust. One of nine selected International Artists.


Julies Painting 'Cutting Edge' has been Juried into the Society of Animal Artists 52nd
ART AND THE ANIMAL Exhibition at:

HIRAM BLAUVELT ART MUSEUM Oradell, NJ
September 1, 2012 through January 31, 2013

THE HIRAM BLAUVELT ART MUSEUM
The Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum was established in 1957 by the Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation, a legacy of the late Hiram Blauvelt, philanthropist, conservationist and collector. Through the contribution of his private wildlife art and big game collections, he hoped to promote the cultural value of wildlife art and the need for conservation of its subjects and their habitats.
Twenty-five years later, the Board of Directors of the Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation decided that the original objectives would be best achieved by redesigning the museum to feature the works of contemporary wildlife artists, built on the artistic foundation of the Blauvelt’s early collection of works by Charles Livingston Bull (notably a resident of Oradell at one time), Carl Rungius and a complete Audubon Folio of extinct birds.
The Blauvelt Museum, located in an 1893 cedar shingle and turret carriage house, underwent extensive renovations to accommodate its new and expanded mission. The original carriage house was re-designed to include a large reception area, four mini galleries and museum offices, all with original materials from the historic building, and preserving its aura.
Four new galleries were added, providing wall space for mounting museum quality flatwork, and generous room for pedestals to hold creative sculpture. Substantial artificial lighting is augmented by natural light from the north.
To learn more about the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum go to www.blauveltartmuseum.com