Greetings, my name is Jule and I am a multi-talented artist who embodies the spirit of a free woman.

Art has been an integral part of my life, and I pursue this passion with relentless energy and enthusiasm. As an artist, I am constantly curious about exploring new techniques and styles, but I find myself at home when working with canvas and oil colors. With each brushstroke, I am able to express myself fully and feel entirely myself.

I aspire to push the boundaries of what is possible, and to create works of art that are not only visually pleasing, but also thought-provoking and inspiring. Beyond pursuing my own artistic endeavors, I am committed to supporting and uplifting other artists and the art community as a whole.

As Vivienne Westwood once said, being an art lover is the best education one can receive. I am particularly passionate about re-opening museums and repurposing old spaces as venues for artistic expression. In my view, these spaces have the power to bring people together to experience the beauty of art, learn from one another, and be inspired in ways that can transform communities.

As an artist, I place a particular emphasis on highlighting and empowering women in the arts. I am immensely proud of my gender and consider it crucial to promote and support the work of female artists who have been historically underrepresented and undervalued.

The focus of my artwork is the female form, as I find that it represents the completeness of the human experience. It embodies both the feminine and masculine aspects and is open to all of life's experiences, including pain, irony, and love. This is why I created the Milfits, a playful representation of the maternal bond and the often ironic scenarios in which mothers and sons find themselves. Through this series, I aim to underscore the importance of remaining free and independent, while also providing social commentary on motherhood in all its many facets, whether it involves children, pets, or otherwise.

For me, art is not simply a passion, but a way of life. I immerse myself in the art world every day, continually striving to enhance my skills and deepen my understanding of this beautiful field. I firmly believe that the pursuit of knowledge and creativity is an ongoing process, and I am dedicated to making the most of every opportunity that comes my way. In fact, I have even transformed my home into a series of mini art studios, working alongside my son to create an art factory of sorts.

This is what I refer to "it's an art life."