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Julie McCullough

Julie McCullough


I  am currently living in Indianapolis, Indiana, but most of my studies of Art were in the beautiful state of Tennessee at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  After college, and having two small girls, I entered the world of finance, where for almost 20 years was a stock broker in the crazy, stress filled environment of the Dow and Nasdaq in one form or another.  Early in 2016, I stepped away from a full time career to finally follow my dream.  I have enriched my life by studying under

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About My Work:

Most of my life as a painter, I have worked in mainly oil.  Over the years, I have had the pleasure of working in pastel as well.  I tend to stay in the trend of loving the old masters and value all they did to create their own style and expression with each painting.   Some of my paintings were painted on location in my travels for competitions, and just to enjoy this short life outside when we can.   Unlike current trends of painting large, I still value a framed smaller piece of art for that special space in your home.  The occasional still life will also be found in my studio.   I have learned over the years the value of painting on quality canvas.  I paint most of my work on oil primed linen panels, either made by myself or purchased from high quality distributors.


Upcoming Events:

All Wrapped up

Stutz Artists Association

Friday, December 7th 5-10pm 2018

Pricing Information:

Various price ranges based on size, time, commissioned etc


The University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Oil Painters of America



Numerous awards before becoming professional, First Brush of Spring, New Harmony Indiana

Brown County Indiana-T.C. Steele Competition



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