Julian Sutherland-Beatson

Julian paints the landscape, coastline and urban areas in a style often described as 'contemporary realism'.
He has work in a number of private and public collections around the world including The House of Lords.
Since 2008 Julian has been creating a 'daily' painting and in 2010 exhibited a collection of 200 of these at Glyndebourne Opera House near Lewes in East Sussex. 

He has created paintings during the Glyndebourne Festival for the past seven years.

Julian has also been accepted on three occasions to exhibit at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

"The main theme of my work in the recent past has been the marking and celebration of a specific time and place. With my current paintings I aim to mark the changing mood and seasons reflected in the world around me.
The work reflects the prevailing seasonal conditions yet is also affected by my emotional mood and my need for say, sun, cold, or just something different. These personal needs inform the work to a large extent and the paintings are a record of a particular point in my own personal history".

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Cuckmere Haven
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Holywell, Eastbourne
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September sea
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Waiting for Eva, Paris