Julie Gladstone is a Canadian artist whose work can be found in collections across Canada, the US and England. A graduate of Concordia University with a BFA in painting and drawing, Gladstone is the recipient of multiple scholarships and awards including the Stevenson Colour Scholarship and a Toronto Arts Council Visual Arts Grant. Gladstone has been awarded residencies at the SIM International Artist Residency in Reykjavik, Iceland and was inaugural winner of the TOAE Artscape Award and Artist Residency at Gibraltar point. The 2016 winner of the CSCE Emerging Artist Award, Gladstone has been profiled by View on Canadian Art, In Conversation with Canadian Art and by Panasonic in their Lumix Stories series.
Recently selected by Angell Gallery as “An Artist to Watch” in the 2016 ArtEffects auction, Gladstone was included in the “15 Hot Artist to Watch in 2015” Group exhibition at Canadian Fine Arts Gallery and her 2015 solo show at Navillus Gallery in Toronto’s Yorkville area was profiled by Notable.Ca. Her work has been included in notable exhibitions at the Department of Canadian Heritage, The Living Arts Centre, The Haida Museum, The FSU Museum, The Varley Garley and the Toronto Pearson International Airport