Julie Payne has exhibited in many solo and collaborative exhibitions within Australia. Recent work has included the creation of site specific text gardens at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Woolmers Historic Site, the Cataract Gorge and at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.

Julie has lectured within the fields of Architecture, Furniture Design, and Sculpture at the University of Tasmania.


Bachelor of Architecture – University of Tasmania
Bachelor of Environmental Design – University of Tasmania
Bachelor of Fine Arts (sculpture) – University of Tasmania

Andrew Pederson Prize for Small Sculpture – Queensland Art Gallery – Winner
Caltex Design Award – Crafts Council of Tasmania – Winner
Waterhouse Prize for Natural History – S.A. Museum – 2nd Works on Paper
Glover Prize – finalist  2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Hadleys Art Prize – finalist 2017
Hutchins Art Prize – finalist  2015
Rick Amor Drawing Prize – finalist 2014

Arts Residencies:
Cite des Arts – Paris 2005
Draw International – France 2012
Tyrone Guthrie Centre – Ireland 2015

Julie is represented by Handmark Gallery in Tasmania and participates  regularly in state and national exhibitions. Please see the “Contacts” page for a full CV.




Studio 234

Salamanca Arts Centre
Hobart, 7000
Tasmania, Australia