JULIE eCCLES LEWIS
Photography, Painting, Hand-lettering, Cards
Julie Eccles is a photographer, living in South London. From a very early age she has always had a keen interest in the arts, due to her Father’s influence.
Her photography cannot be characterized by any one element and she does not believe in producing work within one particular aspect of photography.
Julie is constantly exploring fresh ideas, taking on board whatever has inspired her and developing it creatively through the lens. However, recurring themes of landscapes, architecture and organic forms are to be found in her portfolio. Alongside these the elements of colour, line, shape and texture are often evident.
She is drawn to unusual viewpoints of commonly seen structures, spaces and the natural world. Julie uses abstraction to show the beauty that is so often not glimpsed whilst also having the ability to produce accurate representations of scenes, capturing distinctive moments and creating a sense of awe.
Inspiration is to be found everywhere for Julie. The ever-changing light means colours and landscapes never remain the same – a constant state of flux means places can be revisited.
More recently, Julie has been developing new work based on Brick Lane, London. She produced work using photography and textiles and is continuing to expand on these ideas.
f-stop, East London Photo Month, Espacio Gallery, London, 2014About Brick Lane, Espacio Gallery, London, 2014
Urban Angles, Espacio Gallery, London, 2014
Focus, Espacio Gallery, London, 2013
Urban Angles, Espacio Gallery, London, 2013
Strata, Espacio Gallery, London, 2013
A Spot of Red, Menier Gallery, London, 2013
Synergy, Espacio Gallery, London, 2013
Eclectica from Hackney and the World, Espacio Gallery, London 2012
10 x 7, Espacio Gallery, London, 2012
Harmony, Espacio Gallery, London, 2012
Brixton Village Art Trail, London, 2012
Going Places, Menier Gallery, London, 2012
Espacio Official Opening, Espacio Gallery, London, 2012
In Constant Motion, Menier Gallery, London, 2012
Not in Transit, Willesden Green Gallery, London, 2012
Lee Green Open Studios, London, 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2013