Biography

JULIE COHN'S paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibits in the United States, including the

Akron Museum, Ohio; the Redding Museum, Redding, California; the Elizabeth S. Fine Museum, San Francisco, California; the Islamic Cultural Center,Oakland, California; Alta Bates Medical Center, Berkeley, California; and Berkeley Civic Center, Berkeley, California.  In addition, her work is in private and corporate collections.

Julie became intrigued with drawing and painting when she was nine years old.  Swept up into the world of her artistic mother, she painted with her mom in different art studios.  After attaining a BA Fine Art degree at U.C. Berkeley (Art History Minor), a BFA at the College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, and a college teaching credential,

Julie has pursued her career as an artist and teacher of watercolor painting for twenty eight years. 

With a focus on helping students feel at ease as they progress, Julie teaches a wide range of subjects, from abstraction to realism. She  gives them a strong foundation in watercolor technique, design, drawing, and

conceptual thinking. Continually striving to deepen her approach to watercolor, she has thoroughly enjoyed

many watercolor workshops, and continues to explore technique and a variety of subject matter in her studio

and through her teaching. She loves to share her passion for art history. Her watercolor DVDs and color wheel

packet, Easy Steps to Great Color are sold worldwide.