If you prefer a long, languid dinner party over fast food, or a soak in a long bubble bath over a quick shower, then Sublime is created just for you. A stunning retrospective of colored pencil artwork from Australian artist, Julie Podstolski. Painter of mood and cities; travel with Julie through the streets of Paris, Kyoto and more in this gorgeous sojourn.
Divided into five periods, discover the journey of one artist as she meanders through a decade of exploring the world through her focused and unfocused artistic lens of colored pencil art. Printed on premium heavy weight glossy paper, each painting sings with color and beauty.
In today’s internet soaked world, artwork is very accessible. But seeing a piece here and a piece there is not the same as embracing and immersing in an artist’s body of work.
There is a reason retrospectives exist. And when it occurred to us that there were no retrospectives of colored pencil artists, we knew we had to make it happen. It is another marvelous milestone in the path of the once lowly colored pencil and Julie Podstolski's work is a worthy place to begin this new series.
Published by Ann Kullberg - Publish Date: June 2019 - Paperback - 8.5 x 11 - 82 pages - printed in the USA.
I love the way this book was set up into the sections that took me on a journey with Julies work. Her progression in subject and style. And mostly I love Julie's work, unique and inspiring!
I would definitely love to see detailed information on how to combine colored pencils and oil pastels! I have been wanting to learn more about Julie’s style for quite some time as I read her blog repeatedly!
This is a beautiful book with great artworks
Julie Podstolski's gorgeous book in the new "Sublime" series is truly exceptional. I found myself lingering over each page to enjoy the stunning artwork and accompanying story. Julie has a relatable, quirky writing style that I appreciated with a smile. Her creative talent is amazing. Bravo to Julie and Ann for delighting us with this beautiful volume to launch Ann's new series of books!
What a beautiful catalogue of dreams and artwork! My favourite New Zealand Impressionist. This will be one of my special treasures. Julie is unique and this book emphasises why. Thank you Ann and Julie!