Julie Canudo is a mixed media artist, mother to two young girls, wife, INFP, Enneagram 4w5, and lifelong learner. She  resides in the Bay Area, California, where she received her BA in Art from San Jose State University in 2005.

She's experimented in various creative processes such as plant-based papermaking, darkroom and digital photography, mono printing, collage, intuitive painting, self portraiture, image transfers, found poetry, and art journaling. Her passion lies in exploring the creative process. 

If you'd like to connect to collaborate on a project or class, please feel free to drop her a line by clicking "CONNECT" and shooting her an email. 

Some favorite quotes:

"When it comes to passion, I think we’d all agree that a bee seems very dedicated to its task - but it’s not passionate about any one flower; it’s passionate about gathering nectar"

— Refuse to Choose!, Barbara Sher

“Do whatever brings you to life, then. Follow your own fascinations, obsessions, and compulsions. Trust them. Create whatever causes a revolution in your heart.” ― Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear


Creativity - like human life itself - begins in darkness” ― Julia Cameron, The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity   


“A creative life is an amplified life. It’s a bigger life, a happier life, an expanded life, and a hell of a lot more interesting life. Living in this manner—continually and stubbornly bringing forth the jewels that are hidden within you—is a fine art, in and of itself.” ― Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear


“The psyches and souls of women also have their own cycles and seasons of doing and solitude, running and staying, being involved and being removed, questing and resting, creating and incubating, being of the world and returning to the soul-place.” ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Women Who Run With the Wolves: Myths and Stories of the Wild Woman Archetype    


"But I keep on creating because I have to, I need to, and I believe it makes me a better mother to my children than the unfulfilled full-time mother they could have if I didn't." --- Lucy Pearce, The Rainbow Way: Cultivating Creativity in the Midst of Motherhood