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Julie England is an oil painter who grew up in Wisconsin, Florida, and Texas. In 2018 she was honored with the SMU Mary Vernon Painting Prize from the Southern Methodist University Meadows Art faculty. Her artwork was included in New Texas Talent XXVII in 2020 and the Texas National 2018 Art Competition & Exhibition, juried by Jed Perl. She has exhibited extensively in Texas and elsewhere in the US. She participated in an art residency at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vermont in 2018. 

She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, TX. After a career in the semiconductor industry, England earned an Associates of Arts degree in 2015 at Brookhaven College, Farmers Branch, Texas. In 2018 she earned a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. England is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.  

Julie’s community service is extensive; she is a former board member with the Dallas Museum of Art, Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts Advisory Board and Dallas Arboretum in Dallas, TX, and the board of trustees of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM. She currently serves on the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center’s Art For Advocacy curatorial committee. Julie lives in Flower Mound, Texas with her husband and works in a studio in Dallas, Texas. 


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