Julie Bell

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Julie Bell

ARC Living Master TM

45 artworks

American 21st Century Realist artist

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The Order of Wolves

2009

Oil on maple wood

61 x 45.7 cms | 24 x 18 ins

Private collection, ,

2011-2012 Salon

  • First Place / Animal

A Dream About A Dragon And A Tree

2012

oil on illustration board

76.2 x 101.6 cms | 30 x 40 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Finalist / Imaginative Realism

A Wolf Tradition

2012

oil on maple

45.7 x 61 cms | 18 x 24 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Finalist / Animal

Brothers

2012

Oil on maple

61 x 91.4 cms | 24 x 36 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Honorable Mention / Animal

Horse Whispers

2012

oil on linen

121.9 x 152.4 cms | 48 x 60 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Finalist / Animal

If Wishes Were Horses

2012

Oil on linen

61 x 45.7 cms | 24 x 18 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Honorable Mention / Imaginative Realism

Leap

2012

Oil on illustration board

76.2 x 101.6 cms | 30 x 40 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • First Place / Imaginative Realism

Nonie

2012

Oil on maple

45.7 x 61 cms | 18 x 24 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Best Portrait Runner Up / Figurative

Pride of Philadelphia

2012

Oil on linen

91.4 x 61 cms | 36 x 24 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • First Place / Animal

Secrets

2012

Oil on maple

61 x 61 cms | 24 x 24 ins

Private collection, ,

2012-2013 Salon

  • Third Place / Animal

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CONTACT INFO:
Website: www.juliebell.com

Email: bjart1@imaginistix.com

Julie Bell was born in Beaumont, Texas. A former competitive bodybuilder, she applies the same discipline and intensity to her art career. Her knowledge of anatomy has allowed her to imbue her figures of humans and animals with grace and strength. At the heart of her work is an element of empowerment and independence.

Julie's work in the fantasy and science fiction field has appeared on hundreds of book covers, comic books, trading cards, and various collectibles. Her work can be seen worldwide in major advertising campaigns, album covers, posters, and collectibles of all kinds.

Every year, she and her husband, Boris Vallejo, produce paintings for the highly anticipated Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell Fantasy Calendar published by Workman, now in its 33rd year.

After having her heart captured by a pack of wolves at Lakota Wolf Preserve a few years ago, Julie has turned her attention to painting wildlife. Although she is a newcomer to the wildlife field of art, she is strongly earning her place among the top wildlife painters, winning awards and showing her work in major exhibits.

She shares her life and her studio with Boris and their two dogs, Izze and Stella, in Pennsylvania, USA.