“Nature in Color,” an exhibit of acrylic paintings by Julie Bernal, will be on view at the Knoxville Tomato Head restaurant from June 5th through July 2nd, 2010.
More about Julie Bernal:
Julie Bernal grew up in Bristol, Connecticut where she became
interested in art at a young age. Bernal moved to Knoxville, Tennessee as a teenager and studied fine art in high school. She later continued her education with a degree in graphic arts. Bernal is a graphic designer at Moxley Carmichael, a premier public relations firm in downtown Knoxville. She spends her free time focusing on creating fine art. Her other passions include interior design and traveling.
Bernal’s collection, “Nature in Color,” consists of modern acrylic
paintings. They were inspired by her love for design by using shapes, patterns and colors found in nature. Bernal also has other collections which include realistic landscape paintings, charcoal portrait drawings, and digital photography of architecture.
I wake up every day ready to create. I use my art as a way to capture specific moments and feelings. It is the best way for me to keep a journal of my life.
For more information or to view more, visit http://www.juliebernal.com.
In Maryville, the exhibit, “Watercolors by Kelly Coffey, Mixed-Media & Works On Paper by Diana Rogers” will be available for viewing through July 2nd. The show was most recently presented at the Knoxville Tomato Head location throughout the month of May.