Contemorary figurative artist Julia Ann Field winning David Rose Award


Realising someone's vision is such an exciting and satisfying project, so if you have an idea for an affordable commission, do drop me a line.

Examples of recent commissioned pieces.



There is nothing quite like the thrill  - or the challenge! - of plein air painting, so I am out and about as much as possible in the summer months. I am spoilt for choice when it comes to stunning Sussex landscapes, but I also make painting pilgrimages to ancient sacred sites.


I am currently enjoying a new genre - portraits of my favourite stars. I'm finding portraiture incredibly challenging, but equally rewarding, so hopefully the likeness will come more easily with each new piece.

Figurative work

The Feminine, the Sacred and our Blessed Earth are the dominant themes of my figurative work, where the lines between Pagan and Christian iconography often blur. My two environmental paintings, 'Tipping Point' and 'Choke', are an indictment of single-use plastics.


Media employed include: acrylics (Atelier Interactive by Chroma), oils (Daler Rowney Georgian), watercolour (Winsor & Newton), and pen.


Click for: Sussex County Arts Club

Click for: the Adur Art Collective

Click for: Patcham Arts

Exhibitions & Galleries

Now that restrictions have lifted, I am showing again at venues and events...

Peacehaven Town Council Offices currently; the Brighton & Hove Art Council's Annual Show from 27th to 30th April in Brighton's Friends' Meeting House; 'For the beauty of the Earth' exhibition in Shoreham's St Mary de Haura 28th May - 12th June; on the Verda houseboat throughout the Adur Art Trail 28th & 29th May, 4th & 5th, 11th & 12th June; at the Sussex County Arts Club Open House throughout the Brighton Festival in May/June; the Patcham Duck Fayre in August; and All Saints Open Church Fête in December.