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Julie Campbell is a British/Belgian multi-disciplenary artist. She studied at Sint Lukas in Brussels. She has a fascination with anatomy and the work of Vesalius and Da Vinci is central to this. 

Her practise has evolved over the years from line drawing, through painting and fibre art. Her work is precise and she possesses the technical skills needed to depict detailed images often on a very small scale. Most of her works are no bigger than 15cm2, and yet she can create the most intricate images in lines of thread, or with paint and inks on porcelain.

"What I find fascinating is that our outward appearance tells very little of the person we are. Our bodies are a facade. I like to explore beyond that idea, and get under the skin as it were."

Campbell lives in the village of Tervuren, near Brussels.

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