Julie Robyn Tucker

Welcome to my website.  Sit back, relax, and enjoy scrolling!  Currently, I am completing a new children's book!  You can view a few of the illustrations under my book illustration category.  "E.J. Dancing" is near and dear to my heart because it is the first book that I have written and illustrated.  It is also special to me because although it is fiction, the characters are taken from real family members and "fur babies" and the storyline contains narratives from my real life.  

I have also been teaching art online internationally and through out the U.S. since Covid hit. Last year, I started writing new innovative book illustration course curriculum for students in China.  It's a small world after all!  Stay tuned for a red and white painting series that I started creating after learning about the Chinese cut paper art form.  I took the idea of this art form and adapted it to my painting style.  Lastly, you might notice that my Ballerina Series only has a few entries....  This series is ongoing and I am currently working on two more paintings to add to the series with at least 5 more to be completed in the future.  Keep stopping by to see how these series continue to grow!

I hope that you enjoy viewing my book illustrations from "Chasing the Spirit of Service" and if you would like to know more about the storyline, click on the book trailer on my main page.  This is a beautifully written book by Author Kristen Zajac.  You can click on her website below to see more of her books. If you would like to view my biography, feel free to read it below.  Thanks and you are welcome to subscribe to this page for updates!

Artist Biography
Illustrator, muralist, and 1999 graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design, Julie Tucker has exhibited her work in a variety of venues, including the prestigious Harris House of the Atlantic Center for the Arts in Florida and the Tennessee Art League’s 42nd Annual Central South Art Exhibition.  She had an illustration featured in the show opening for "Creative License," a one-hour television special about the arts in Tennessee to air on PBS. Julie was also selected for two special grants as a visiting artist teaching interactive art workshops for Tennessee school children.  2020 sparked a lot of new innovated teaching because of the Covid pandemic. During this year, Julie stopped teaching art out of her art studio and started teaching art online internationally and through out the U.S.  In 2019, Julie designed book illustration course curriculum for students in China along with writing and producing video content to compliment this curriculum.  Throughout these years, Julie has illustrated the book "Chasing the Spirit of Service" and upcoming book, "E.J Dancing" which can be viewed on this website.  In between book assignments and teaching, Julie is working on a child ballerina series, Chinese cut paper inspired paintings and numerous floral paintings that have been exhibited locally.  From 2008 to 2019, Julie painted numerous murals throughout Nashville and Franklin, Tennessee.   You may view some of these murals underneath the mural category.  In 2005, Julie created an illustration for an Emmy award-winning children's educational documentary, "Fort Donelson: A Place For Heroes," which won the Mid-South regional Emmy for Children's Programming.  In 2002, one of her illustrations was selected for the cover of The Renaissance Center’s fall program guide. In 2000 Julie had her illustrations published in a historical booklet for Volusia and Flagler County School children which featured the Pioneer Settlement at Barberville, Florida.  Her mural commissions grace the walls of several libraries and churches throughout Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee.  One of her murals was a part of the mural project at Centennial Park during the 1996 Summer Olympics.  Julie has taught art classes for all ages at The DeLand Museum of Art, Harris House of the Atlantic Center for the Visual Arts, the Sarratt Student Center at Vanderbilt University, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, and The Renaissance Center.  Her freelance work includes a children’s books, portraits, promotional material for businesses, murals, program design covers, logos, local church publications, floral paintings, Chinese cut paper inspired paintings and architectural renderings.  



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