2006 Concordia University, BFA major in painting and drawing

Grants, Awards + Residencies

2016  CSCE Emerging Artist Competition Winner Award + Acquisition for Governmental   

          Leadership in Sustainable Infrastructure Prize

2016  Gibraltar Point Artscape Residency

2015  SIM International Artist Residency, Reykjavik, Iceland

2014  Toronto Arts Council. Visual Arts Grant for Emerging Artists

2014  Artscape Award. Best in Show at Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition

2014  Gibraltar Point Residency & Solo Show at Artscape Youngplace Gallery

2010  Visual Arts Ontario, solo show at SPB 

2008  Government of Quebec, Jeunes Volontaires Arts Grant & Mentorship program

2004  Stevenson Colour Scholarship.  Excellence in painting. Concordia University.

Gallery Representation

Emily Harding Gallery 326 Carlaw Ave. Toronto, Canada

Navillus Gallery 110 Davenport Ave. Yorkville, Toronto  Canada

Partial Gallery online, Toronto, Canada 


2016 Artscape Gibraltar Point Beach.  Extreme- Cloud Gazing Installation

2015 SIM Gallery, Reykjavik Iceland.  Volcano Wishing-Well Installation

Solo  & Duo Exhibitions

2015  Navillus Gallery “Infinity Pool:  Sublime Pop Paintings”

2015  GN Studios Contemporary Art “The New Sublime: Paintings at the Edge of Nature”    

2014  Artscape Youngplace Gallery  “Select works 2012- present”

2013  Walnut Contemporary  “The Sky is Falling”

2012  Walnut Contemporary  “Metaphysical Cartography”

2010  Visual Arts Ontario & SPB offices,  “Aerial View of Treasure”

2010  Department of Canadian Heritage.  duo show with Anna Pantcheva

2008  La Galerie St. Viateur:  “Fossilized”  duo show with Glen LeMesurier, Montreal, CA

2006  VAV Gallery “The Life of Relics” duo show with Matthew Thompson

Selected Group & Juried Exhibitions

2016  Angell Gallery curated ArtEffects Auction at the Spoke Club

          Navillus Gallery “Scapes”  A group landscape exhibition

          Living Arts Centre Gallery, Full Spectrum Group Exhibition

2015  Sim Gallery “Buff??? “ Group Exhibition, Reykjavik, Iceland.

          Canadian Fine Arts Gallery “15 Hot Artists to Watch in 2015”

          Navillus Gallery,  “Human\\Nature”  curated by Kaitie Robertson

          Navillus Gallery, “Small Works ll” curated by Kaitie Robertson

          Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Nathan Phillips Square     

2015  GN Studios Contemporary Art  “7 Painters”  curated by Geoffrey Nawn

          First Canadian Place  “Best of Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition” Award Winners Exhibition

2014  FSU Museum of Fine Arts: Tallahassee International, curated by Jean Young

          The Living Arts Centre,  “Immoderation: Juried Exhibition” curated by Megan Press         

          Graven Feather Gallery:  “Rainbow Volcano Explosion” curated by Erin Candela              

          Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Nathan Phillips Square

          Walnut Contemporary, “Young Collectors Show” curated by Jordana Franklin 2013  The   

          Gladstone Hotel “The Annual//Shifting Ground” curated by Katherine Dennis                                           

          Walnut Contemporary  “These Post -Neo-Pop Like Days,” curated by Sabah Askara      

2012  Walnut Contemporary,  “Little Salon”

          Walnut Contemporary, “Gallery launch”

          The Artist Project,  Independent Artist Fair and Exhibition, Queen Elizabeth Building.

2011 Toronto Pearson International Airport, “ Weather” curated by Lee Petrie

         The Varley Gallery, Fundraiser + Auction. Markham, CAN

         Galerie Dentaire,  “Art Sida"  Juried Exhibition Montreal, QC

2009  Haida Heritage Centre, The Ocean Art Show,  Skidegate, BC

          The Bata Shoe Museum.  “The 1000 Faces of Israel” group show.


Private Collections Nationally and Internationally

The City of Edmonton

The Canadian Society of Civil Engineering

Public Presentations

2016  Art Gallery of Alberta award ceremony

2015  Artist Talk at Sim Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland

2013  Artist Talk at Walnut Contemporary

2010  Artist Talk at Department of Canadian Heritage

2009  Artist Talk at Israeli Artists Association

Press & Publications

2016  Fresh Collective Artist Profile

          TA2 Sound + Music  Artist Interviews.

          Akimbo Connects. work in progress spotlight during Gibraltar Point Artist Residency. 

          My Mothers Basement Gallery. July + August online exhibition and artist feature

          Art Effects catalogue. Artists To Watch, curated by Jamie Angell

          Mississauga News: Emerging Artists display contemporary works at LAC 03/05/16.                             

          Lumix Storytellers:  Julie Gladstone: Portrait Of An Artist.

2015  Filmartist Productions 30 second film.

          Photonews Magazine, Portrait of An Artist: Panasonic Artist Feature

          Escapade Blog Artist Feature, September 30

          BlogTO: What To See at 2015 TOAE, Sept. 2015       

          Artscape News: Interview with Julie Gladstone July 31st, 2015

          CJN Eye on The Arts: At The Galleries,  May 2015

  Julie Gladstone:  Today’s Notable Young Professional, May 27th

          Navillus Gallery Blog For New Collectors

2014  Artscape News: By Karen Whaley“Artscape Award Recipient Julie Gladstone Wins Big”

          FSU Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee International Juried Art Exhibition Catalogue

          The Canadian Jewish News, Eye on Arts. “Artists Win Prizes in Toronto Outdoor Art 


2013 by Erin Davis:  Artist Profile of Julie Gladstone, Review of “The Sky is Falling”

          Canadian Architect: The Annual: Shifting Ground at the Gladstone Hotel, October, 2013

          Blog TO:  The Best New Galleries in Toronto, December 2013

2012  View on Canadian Art, By Andrea Carson:“In The Studio with Julie Gladstone” May 2012

           Plaid Magazine: Walnut Contemporary & Metaphysical Cartography November 2012

           In Conversation with Contemporary Canadian Art, By Trish Boon

           Fiasco Magazine. UK Photo shoot with Greg Swales featuring Julie Gladstone paintings.

2011  Varley Gallery Auction Catalogue

2010   In Conversation with Canadian Contemporary Art, By Trish Boon:

          “Featuring Julie Gladstone”

           Artists Business Digest. Arts and Upstarts, By Morena Media: “Profile of Julie Gladstone”


Gladstone is a Canadian artist whose work can be found in collections across Canada and the United States. 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 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 ArtIn 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 

Gladstone’s layered and textural abstract oil paintings reconfigure Romantic Landscape painting with a contemporary neo-pop palette and explores our cultures paradoxical relationship to nature as a source of both spiritual renewal and apocalyptic fantasy.


Julie Gladstone is an award winning emerging artist based in Toronto, Canada.  She received her BFA in painting and drawing from Concordia University in Montreal where she won the Stevenson Scholarship for excellence in painting.  Her work has been featured at the Canadian Department of Heritage in Toronto and has been included in notable Group and Juried exhibitions at The Varley Gallery,  FSU Museum of Fine Arts in Florida, The Haida Museum, LAC Mississauga, and Toronto Pearson International Airport. 

 Julie received an Emerging Visual Arts Grant from the Toronto Arts Council and won the Artscape Award for best of show at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition in 2014. Julie is a prolific artist whose work is sought after by private collector’s in Canada and the United States.   Her recent exhibition “Infinity Pool” at Yorkville’s Navillus Gallery is her 5th solo show  in 4 years. Julie is currently in Reykjavik, Iceland as an international artist in residence at the SIM Icelandic Association of Visual Artists.  



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