Julia Marchand

About the Artist:

Northern California Bay Area-based artist Julia Marchand investigates the dark and complicated relationship between humanity and nature in her paintings and works on paper. The lure of her work is first the beauty of seemingly familiar, restful images—the child in the woods, the keening face of a primate, an attractive, patterned tiger—but the deeper pleasure for Marchand is in the uncanny sense that what we think of as the natural world is often a human psychological event. Her deep thinking about how we try to contain, rather than understand, nature—through taxidermied animals in “scientific” dioramas, in the way natural phenomena become sculptural, decorative objects to bring inside and make static—inspires the lush, layered world of each painting, wherein the humans seem animalistic and the animals are eyeless, stuffed, freeze-dried, or composed and arranged to look “wild” and “real.”

By re-imagining the dead, mechanized way nature is often portrayed, Marchand’s work challenges us to reconcile the frightening and wondrous spaces at the shadowy heart of nature and ourselves.

1 products

  • 추천
  • 베스트셀러
  • 알파벳순, A-Z
  • 알파벳순, Z-A
  • 가격(낮은 가격부터)
  • 가격(높은 가격부터)
  • 날짜(오래된 날짜부터)
  • 날짜(최신 날짜부터)
Sea Horses by Julia Marchand - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

Sea Horses by Julia Marchand

Sold Out
Unit Price
Adele's 2023 Holiday Gift Guide - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

Adele's 2023 Holiday Gift Guide

Welcome to my 2023 Gift Guide. These are some of my favorite things right now, from art supplies to limited edition prints, enjoy this Holiday Gift Guide with 12 items...
Curating the Future, How to Make Your Art Discoverable - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

Curating the Future, How to Make Your Art Discoverable

When it comes to curating content for Adele Delivers, my weekly newsletter where I deliver two contemporary artists right to your inbox, I'd like to share how I discover artists... Read More
How to Start An Artist Blog - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

How to Start An Artist Blog

Help! I want to start a blog on  my artist website but I don’t know what to write about.