Jules Cadie — visual art

Jules Cadie

below are sites about my artwork - each will open a new tab

>> Alston Artists

>> Lodestone

>> digital crash site

>> paintings 1

>> paintings 2     

>> Wonderbase

>> other art projects

>> wild studio blog

 

I am intrigued with the margins; those gaps between inside and outside; between two and three dimensions; between conventional wisdom and the outrageous. Therefore, it's not surprising that I choose to live and work at the edge of Eden amongst the relict landscapes of the North Pennines. Visit www.julescadie.co.uk for full details of my artwork.

I believe that contemporary visual art practices should be in the foreground of sustainable development and transition, and I want to be involved in such projects. The Wonderbase, which is the basis of my studio, & Lodestone are two such activities that I'm developing. From October '09 to January '10 I had an installation called 'Transition' in an empty shop in Alston (click here to view).

Since early spring 2010 I have been building and using a 'wild studio' hidden on the fellside close to my home, logging the experience in a blog and collecting work to create an exhibition.

Although I paint mostly in oils, I use any media that's around, from natural grounds and pigments to acrylics, from digital imagery to living plants. I also incorporate reclaimed materials.

EXHIBITIONS & GALLERIES 2011

Cumbrian Open
-at Upfront Gallery, near Penrith, Cumbria (Feb)

Wild North
-with Mark Gibbs at High Head Gallery, Ivegill, Carlisle, Cumbria CA4 0PJ
(March - April)

Elements of Place
- with Alston Artists at The Garden Station, Langley, Hexham, Northumberland NE47 5LA
(March - April)

12 Cumbrian Artists
- at Rheged Centre, Redhills, Penrith CA11 0DQ
(June - July)

Summer Exhibition
- at High Cup Winery, Appleby-in-Westmorland
Cumbria CA16 6NF
(June - August)

My work is also exhibited in Northumberland at The Old School Gallery, Alnmouth, and at Belford Craft Gallery.

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Jules Cadie freelance artist-facilitator
High Ashgill, Garrigill, ALSTON, Cumbria CA9 3HB

Why Ashgill?

e-mail:jules @ cadie.net
tel: 01434 381941
mobile: 07973 765 611

 

 

 

'Transition' installation, Alston
Installation 'Transition' in Alston, October 2009


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