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Rizimu Chiwawa

Marcel Demagny

Noah Desmond

Amy Dixon

Vadim Dolgov

Ton Dubbeldam
Stuart Dunkel

Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

Mark English

Mark Geller 

Marty Goldstein

Lindsay Goodwin

Georgetta Grabovschi

Dan Graziano

Michael Gumbert

Peter Gwisa
Corinne Hartley

Corinne Hartley Bronzes

Carolyne Hawley

Jeff Jamison

Jacqueline Kamin
Mostafa Keyhani
Milt Kobayashi

Michele Kortbawi-Wilk
D.Edward Kucera

Sinisha Labus

James C. Leonard

Joseph Lorusso

Matthew Lovein

Michael Malm

Tapiwa Mapuranga

Terry Masters

Yanina Movchan

Javier Mulio

Perlagia Mutyavaviri

Alfredo Navarro

Agnes Nyanhongo

Moses Nyanhongo

Wellington Nyanhongo

Pietro Piccoli

Ramon Pujol

Bette Ridgeway

Pauline Roche

Michael Siegel
Marilyn Simandle
David Smith
Michael James Smith

Gregory Stocks
Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White


Julie Chapman


"Fire & Ice"


"Finding the Light"

"Distant Shore"

"Glitter of  Motion"

"Waiting for Sunset"


"Black is Beautiful"

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Julie Chapman

(b. 1963)


     Julie Chapman is a Montana-based artist with an abiding love of the modern American west – its wildlife, horses, cowboys, and cowgirls.  Chapman is dedicated to sharing her wonder at the beauty and sentience of the animal kingdom.  Her goal is to connect the viewer with the natural world through her paintings.

    Chapman’s style is known as “disrupted realism,” where subjects are fragmented, and the final outcome of each piece is unknown at the start.  The creative journey involves abstraction, drawing, scraping, and re-working – all in a search for “the right amount of not enough.”  A seasoned wildlife painter in a realistic style, this new style is full on energy and excitement, with the artist anxious to get down to the studio every day.

     “The “incompleteness” of my subjects also feels to me as if it is revealing something more elemental, more essential..perhaps reflecting my own deep emotion and love for the animals I paint. These pieces require a deep, wordless conversation; they demand more from me than any other body of work I’ve done before.”- Julie Chapman

     Her art is based on a lifetime of fieldwork and experience, immersed in places like the wilderness areas of North America, the dusty small-town rodeos of the Rockies, and the horse scene in England.

     Chapman’s art is featured in galleries, museum shows, and collections throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia.  Her work is in the permanent collections of Hiram Blauvelt Museum in NJ; The Wildlife Experience in Denver, Co; Lookout Mountain Nature Center in Golden, Co; and Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum in Wausau, WI.   She has won awards and been featured in magazines, including Southwest Art, Big Sky Journal, and Western Art & Architecture.   

Jones & Terwilliger Galleries is proud to represent Julie Chapman’s work in California.


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