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Julie Sutherland’s work consists of paintings and drawings that use pre-existing visual material to examine issues of power, violence, gender, patriotism and the American West. Her sources range from historic American portraiture, war and war trial photography, to patterns, textiles, and european art history. One series combines official portraits of Presidents and First Ladies into androgynous a-historical figures while others explore the visual communication of atrocity, war crimes, and violence through their problematic depictions in the media and larger culture.
She has shown her work at Root Division, The National Queer Arts Festival, the Santa Fe Art Institute and is included in the Drawing Center’s Viewing Program. She recently received a Residency Fellowship from the Santa Fe Art Institute and was an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center. Julie Sutherland was born in Sacramento, CA, received her BA in Studio Art and Art History from Mills College and currently lives and works in San Francisco.