Julia Rymer Artist Reception:

Friday, February 21. 4 - 7 pm


Analog emerged out of a need to slow down, to simply work and be. It takes inspiration from Julia’s interactions with nature - from examining the minutia of pebbles and seeds to, experiencing the vastness of mountains and oceans - to inform the shapes, color interactions and designs.

* Julia was awarded support from Colorado Creative Industries to back this exhibition.

About the Artist
Contemporary life is fast, and electric, and she often feels as if she’s been propelled down a highway at 70 miles an hour because she has.
By engaging with the natural world through abstract painting, her work asks if art needs to reflect our digital society, or if it can exist outside of it, in connection with nature; in a sense - "analog" in a digital world. This series invites contemplation and reflection on viewers' human experience in the contrasting natural and digital spheres of our lives.
Julia Rymer is an artist, art educator and entrepreneur living in the Denver Metro area of Colorado. Her 20-year art career spans numerous solo and group exhibitions and inclusion in many corporate, museum and private collections throughout the United States. She holds an MFA in Painting from Pratt Institute, and a BFA in Painting from the University of Denver. Julia’s work is currently represented by Serena & Lily, an interior design and lifestyle brand, and has been featured in WestwordTrouvé MagazineCreative Women’s Co blog and Southern Living
Additionally, she is the co-founder of artboss, a company that provides education and coaching services to creative professionals looking to build their businesses. Julia has an extensive background teaching art at the college and university level - as well as in art education for children. She was the Winter 2019 artist-in-residence at the Children’s Museum of Denver, and is a faculty member at the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village. Discover more about Julia at www.juliarymer.com.