Enclosure 1Urban Landscape

In her current work Julie is exploring the relationship between urban developments, the natural environment and climate change. Julie currently has work for sale at Mission Gallery, Swansea.

Photography: Alastair Duncan

Digital ExperimentsDigital Experiments

These are images created by using my ceramic forms and photographs to explore the possibilities of what can be seen through the “windows”.

Photography: Julie Brunskill / Alastair Duncan


I found myself increasingly using the “perforations” as almost the only means of decoration on these forms. This had the effect of emphasising the paper-like quality of the clay with allusions to tearing along the dotted line.

Photography: David Wibberly

Crane Series-12Belfast Crane Series

I started work on these pieces while artist in residence at Stranmillis College, Belfast. The cranes that tower over Belfast Lough are such an iconic and dynamic feature of the cityscape, but it was only later that I realised how much they had influenced me.

Photography: David Wibberly

School Work


“Regeneration” – Ceramic mural researched and made with Year 5/6 pupils at Pontarddulais Primary School. This project focused on the changing natural, social and industrial environment of South Wales.

This gallery also includes “Trees” and “Seaside” Murals – an exploration with Year 2 pupils of two natural environments. The project included field trips, drawing and working with various ceramic techniques to produce two small composite murals. Photography: Alastair Duncan

Ceramic Tiles


A collaboration with the Egypt Centre to research and produce an exhibition of work by Pontarddulais Primary pupils including ceramic tiles based on Egyptian artefacts and the symbols of ancient Egypt.

Photography: Alastair Duncan

Masks and Teddy Bears

“Masks” and “Teddy Bears”

This “Masks” project explored expression through ancient Greek art and theatre with Year 5/6 pupils at Tonypandy Primary School and Year 3 pupils at Pontarddulais Primary.

The “Teddy Bear” project was  done with Reception / Year 1 pupils at Tonypandy.