Artist in Residence

From April to October 2018 Julie was the Artist in Residence at Oriel Q in Narberth West Wales.

During her residency Julie painted 31 paintings on the theme of "Fresh West" which were then exhibited at the Pembroke Dock Gallery during August 2018.

Paintings created during this period can be viewed in my Gallery


Torch Theatre

Oriel Joanna Field, Torch Theatre, Milford Haven

Throughout July 2019

Influenced by the beauty of the sea and greenery in her home of Pembrokeshire, Julie Christine Gannon presents a series of paintings reflecting her feelings of beauty, love and warmth for the place and the people residing in it.

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Julie Gannon, Oriel Y Parc, St Davids Room. 9th December 2019 January 30th 2020

Urban: Paintings inspired by Lockdown, Stiwdio 1, Queens Hall Narberth


…For over 30 years she has painted natural landscapes. She puts her life-long dedication to the natural down to her upbringing in Warrington. For years she lived on an estate larger than most towns, where ranks of red brick houses marched to the horizon and the only concessions to nature were a grimy park and scraps of wasteland. Completely untutored, she painted her way out of her urban trap, using memories of occasional trips to the countryside as inspiration and plaster board found in skips as canvases…

Excerpt from the foreword written by Angela Evans from the book, Urban.