Julia Paull

Julia Paull is an artist living in Los Angeles CA.  She is a grant recipient of a USC Advancing Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences Initiative, Documenting the Breeding of Endangered Species (Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica, Panama, and California)as well as a Durfee Foundation grant recipient for Project 21, a Pictorial History of Kagel Canyon, CA. She was the 2018 Artist in Residence at the Theodore Payne Foundation, as well as a resident at the Hambidge Center, Georgia.  Paull is a former resident at the Santa Fe Art Institute International Water Rights Residency, New Mexico. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Perfect MasonTheodore Payne Foundation, Sun Valley, CA, Increasing the Magnitude of a Property, Custom Cabinets, Los Angeles, CA Double Life, Corridor 2122, Fresno, CA, The Sum of the Sun, Calame Studios Presents, Los Angeles, CA, Drawn in Nature, Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico, and In Harm’s Way, Central Booking, NYC. As a gardener Paull grew Site #28 for the seed initiative Wildflowering LA. Julia received a BA from the University of California Santa Barbara and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts. She is an Associate Professor of teaching at the USC Roski School of Art and Design. Learn more on her Instagram Account.

Perfect Mason (California Poppy, Eschscholzia californica; and Tidy Tips, Layia platyglossa), 2018, 9.25 x 14 inches, pigment print
Untitled, I am Me, You are You, 2014 – 2018 10 x 8 inches, Unique Chromogenic Print
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  1. […] Julia Paull is an artist. At the moment she is using her kitchen counter as a studio. Last autumn, she exhibited at a native plant society. The show involved portraits of native plants with information about their place in the natural environment. Much of her work examines the aesthetics of plants and how this affects animals, particularly the all-too-common practice of planting non-native plants that serve no purpose for the local environment. To hear more from Julia Paull and about the important issue of native vs. non-native plants and how they interact with their surroundings, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Julia Paull is an artist. At the moment she is using her kitchen counter as a studio. Last autumn, she exhibited at a native plant society. The show involved portraits of native plants with information about their place in the natural environment. Much of her work examines the aesthetics of plants and how this affects animals, particularly the all-too-common practice of planting non-native plants that serve no purpose for the local environment. To hear more from Julia Paull and about the important issue of native vs. non-native plants and how they interact with their surroundings, listen to the complete interview. […]