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Julia Rymer creates abstract mixed media paintings and prints that explore the connection between art, science and the human experience. Originally from Denver, CO, she now lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Her background includes five years of teaching painting, drawing, color theory and two-dimensi… Read More
Julia Rymer creates abstract mixed media paintings and prints that explore the connection between art, science and the human experience. Originally from Denver, CO, she now lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Her background includes five years of teaching painting, drawing, color theory and two-dimensional design at the college level. She exhibits regularly throughout the United States, and her work is included in many private and corporate collections. Read Less
  • Office Manager
    Bloom Retreat — Walnut Creek, CA, USA
  • Owner and Artist
    Julia Rymer Fine Art — Danville, CA, USA
  • Social Media Manager
    Downtown Yoga — Pleasanton, CA, USA
  • Public Relations and Media Coordinator
    American Foundation For Suicide Prevention- SF Chapter — San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Foundations Art/ Lecturer
    Metropolitan State University Of Denver — Denver, CO, USA
  • Artist member/ Public Relations Committee Member/ Secretary
    CORE New Art Space — Denver, CO, USA
  • Affiliate Faculty
    Regis University — Denver, CO, USA
  • Adjunct Faculty
    Community College Of Denver — Denver, CO, USA
  • Adjunct Instructor
    Rocky Mountain College Of Art & Design — Lakewood, CO, USA
  • Graduate Assistant
    Pratt Institute Department Of Exhibitions — Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Gallery Administrator
    William Havu Gallery — Denver, CO, USA
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Science feeds my inquiry into the working of the universe, both microscopically and macrocosmically. Art gives meaning to the phenomena of the mechanism of the natural world.

Electron microscopes, x-ray crystallography, sonograms, electroencephalograms, and MRI machines generate digital graphics of physical prese… Read More
Science feeds my inquiry into the working of the universe, both microscopically and macrocosmically. Art gives meaning to the phenomena of the mechanism of the natural world.

Electron microscopes, x-ray crystallography, sonograms, electroencephalograms, and MRI machines generate digital graphics of physical presence. These source images probe our most sensitive, personal possession: our bodies. Technology is impersonal and often distances us from ourselves by reducing us to mere organs, blood types, diagnoses and responses to medicine. My work reasserts the intimacy of the human experience.

Through art I create meaning from my biochemical components and the environment in which I live. As technology continues to overwhelm modern life and science progresses our knowledge of the universe, our most intimate experiences are minimized. Art corrects this imbalance by taking ownership again over our bodies and our interaction in the world. Read Less
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