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June Walker

June Walker

Wolverhampton, We

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I love painting people and animals. I like to experiment with different techniques and mediums.

I often use mixed media techniques, e.g., pen and acrylics, or maybe collage, as well as traditional single mediums such as oil paints.

One word to sum up my artwork: colourful.


About June:

I was born and educated in Scotland, studying primate behaviour. I emigrated to New Zealand, where I became a scientific liaison officer and children's author, writing and illustrating stories for children's magazines, such as School Journal (NZ) and Cricket (USA).

In 1990, I returned to the UK to study the anthropology of art. Then I worked in art and design research, designing toys for babies.

From 2012, I concentrated on developing my personal fine art portfolio.


My paintings have been exhibited in one-person shows in Scotland at Gallery 3, in New Zealand at Manurewa City library, and in group exhibitions in Scotland and England.

Visit my blog at:
http://artbyjunewalker.blogspot.co.uk/

Thanks for visiting!!

I start with colours or lines arranged on the paper surface and then look for images in the patterns.

I often use mixed media techniques, e.g., pen and acrylics, rather than traditional single medium approaches.


About June:

I was born and educated in Scotland, studying primate behaviour. I emigrated to New Zealand, where I became a scientific liaison officer and children's author, writing and illustrating stories for children's magazines, such as School Journal (NZ) and Cricket (USA).

In 1990, I returned to the UK to study the anthropology of art. Then I worked in art and design research, designing toys for babies.

From 2012, I concentrated on developing my personal fine art portfolio.


My paintings have been exhibited in one-person shows in Scotland at Gallery 3, in New Zealand at Manurewa City library, and in group exhibitions in Scotland and England.



Updates are on my blog:-

http://artbyjunewalker.blogspot.co.uk/


Thanks for visiting!!