Julia was born in a tiny city on the Polish/German border, and hour away from Berlin. When she turned eleven her parents decided to move to England and start their life in a foreign country, taking her with them. She then attended high school where she decided she wanted to go to University and study degree in Arts.
Completing her foundation diploma in Art and Design in a school near Leeds. She was offered a place at Manchester School of Arts to study Illustration and Animation.
After completing her Bachelor’s degree she had several solo exhibitions in Manchester, had her own studio space where she worked on her paintings, but one day decided she wanted to try her luck learning a third language and moving overseas. So she did just that.
She believes that art should unite, connect and most importantly give confidence and guide people. She moved to Madrid and started her adventure as a Montessori assistant in a school right here in the centre of Iberian peninsula. Along being the luckiest person in the world doing what she enjoys she also gets to run her own art workshops and currently is working on a street art POP-up community project.
She enjoys all types of creativity, and believes that art and languages go hand in hand with each other. She is very passionate about writing, pottery, photography and most importantly utilising our hands and getting messy and creative, and kids are the best example to do just that with. She enjoys teaching as well as learning.
Julia is a strong believer in arts as therapy.