Arts Fort Worth

Grateful that six paintings are included in the Reforming Territories of Unknown Futures Exhibition at ARTS FORT WORTH in the
Front Gallery.
Participating Artists- Hector Ramirez; Julie England; Kevin Stanford; Ed Barr

On View from February 4, 2022 to March 26, 2022

Opening Reception:  Friday, February 4, 6:00-9:00pm


1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth TX 76107
Gallery Hours:
Mondays – Saturdays: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.




SP/N Gallery, University of Texas at Dallas

Grateful that three oil monotypes are included in the Printmaking Concepts Exhibition at the SP/N Gallery at UT Dallas
on view February 8 until March 12, 2022.
Curated by Lorraine Tady.

Opening Reception:  Friday, Feb. 25, 6:30-8:30pm

Print Sale: Saturday, February 26, 12-3pm



SP/N Gallery
at University of Texas at Dallas

3020 Stewart Dr, Richardson, TX 75080
Gallery Hours:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Thursdays and Fridays: 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.



The Center for Contemporary Arts

Grateful that both Quiet Evening and Yellow Hill paintings are included in the 5th Annual National Juried Exhibition on view from September 30 –  November 27, 2021 at the Center for Contemporary Arts.

Center for Contemporary Arts
220 Cypress St., Abilene, Texas 79601



Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Center

Grateful that Driftwood 3 at Sunset  painting was awarded third place at the 33rd Annual Adult Juried Exhibition on view from August 6 –  September 25, 2021 in Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Center. Driftwood 2 painting was also included in this exhibition.

Texarkana Regional Arts & Humanities Center
321 W. 4th St., Texarkana, Texas 75504



Dallas Metro Arts Contemporary, Plano,TX, March 23 to April 17, 2021

Grateful that Palm, Jade and Glyph painting will be on view in Plano, TX in Animal? Mineral or Vegetable? 2D Art Juried National exhibition from March 23 –  April 17, 2021. “This show is a National show representing 54 artists, with 59 accepted works, from 21 states across the country plus Texas.”

Dallas Metro  Contemporary Arts Gallery
1412 14th St., Plano, Texas 75074



CAL National 2021, Conroe,TX, Mar. 3 – April 1, 2021

Grateful that Chama River 1 monotype, part of the Landscapes @ Elevation body of work, will be on view in Conroe, TX in CAL National 2021 from March 3 –  April 1, 2021. “The Conroe Art League’s nationwide Call for entry for the 6th annual CAL National has closed with 615 pieces of art from 34 states across the nation.   The curators have completed the difficult task of selecting the finalists.
The CAL National has grown into one of the premier shows in Texas in six very short years.  This year the 2021 CAL National is supported by the National Endowment for the Arts as a part of their Artistic Enrichment in American Communities (AEAC). “

CLICK HERE to view a video of each artwork in the exhibit; my monotype is the fourth image

Conroe Art League  Gallery
127 Simonton St, Conroe, Texas 77301



Jones Gallery, Kansas City,MO, Feb. 3 – 25, 2021

Grateful that Summer Leaves 3, a painting in the Wood and Leaves series, will be on view in Kansas City, MO from February 3 –  25, 2021.
A nod to enjoying the outdoors more during COVID-19 for safety and to stay connected to friends, family and neighbors.

Jones Gallery
1717 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 64108
Gallery Hours
Monday – Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.



Art Folio Annual 2020 Book For Sale

ArtFolio2020 is a curated coffee table book of contemporary and abstract art published in January, 2021. My artwork is featured in the new book, ArtFolio2020, expertly edited by Douglas King and proudly published by Glitterati in New York City.
Included in the book from my work is Cast Iron Garden. It is a tribute to the Southern Methodist University campus, students and professors where I earned my Bachelors of Art degree in 2018. The sprawling campus is beautifully landscaped with Live Oak trees where Cast Iron plants abound underneath in their shade from the hot Texas sunshine. This painting is one of four in a series and is a parting farewell to being a return-to-school non-traditional student. However, no proceeds are received by the artist.

Julie England
Cast Iron Garden
Oil on Canvas
40″ x 30″

To view all the art by me and dozens of my fellow artists, you can purchase the book here! Link to Purchase: 





Artist Showcase, Lincoln Experience Center, Jan. 11 – 23, 2021

Grateful that Wood and Leaves, a body of work composed of thirteen paintings, will be on view in Frisco, TX at the Lincoln Experience Center from January 11 –  23, 2021.

“Join us for a specially curated exhibition of work from two pillars of the Texas art community: Julie England and Leticia Herrera. Visit the Lincoln Experience Center anytime during regular business hours to see a selection of Julie’s favorite pieces from her “Woods and Leaves” series, and exceptional work from Leticia’s “Walker” collection. Attend for your opportunity to win a copy of Art Folio 2020, a beautiful coffee table book featuring Julie, Leticia, and many more talented contemporary artists. *No purchase necessary. Must attend “Artist Showcase: Julie England and Leticia Herrera” event on 1/11/21-1/23/21 at the Lincoln Experience Center, Frisco, TX to enter. Must be 18 years or older. Lincoln Experience Center employees and family members not eligible. We are regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces, supporting good hygiene practices, maintaining social distancing and providing hand sanitizer for your use. We ask if you are experiencing symptoms of illness to please refrain from attending at this time.”

The Lincoln Experience Center at the Star in Frisco, TX
3620 The Star Blvd., Suite 1205
Frisco, TX 75034
Hours & Contact Information
Monday – Saturday 11AM – 7PM
Sunday 11AM – 6PM

Phone: (972) 292-0789