Julie Moselen

Julie Moselen


What materials do you work in?
I have an affinity to metal; I enjoy the challenge of working with the resistance of hard materials. I particularly like the rusty patina finish of Corten Steel, but I also enjoy working in stone such as Marble.

Describe your artwork for NZ Sculpture OnShore 2021
This work was inspired by and explores the duality of the Masculine and the Feminine, and through the unification of these two elements, harmony and balance are created. Steeped in symbolism relating to Mother Earth, and Sky Father, The Sun and the Moon, birth, death and rebirth, this curvilinear form (feminine) created from cold hard steel (masculine) takes on an elegance and grace where both softness and strength are present. The earthy rusted patina is evocative of the passing of time and represents the ever present need for equality between men and women in society.

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Where are the public most likely to see your artworks outside of NZSOS?
My work can be found at WDHB Northshore Hospital

Where did you study?
Chilterns University UK, BA Hons Metalcraft and Jewellery Design

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Sculptures by Julie Moselen

2018 Exhibition

NZ Sculpture OnShore Returns 2021

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