Julie Zvi is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a BFA in fine Arts. She is primarily a watercolor and acrylic artist whose current focus is on landscape, cityscape, and abstract design.
Julie has been drawing and painting since she was a child. Her love of nature has always influenced the organic style which so appropriately defines her work and her color choices have been directly been taken from all of the lush shades found in the pastoral landscape where she lives in Wisconsin. The Mediterranean topography became an influential component in Julie's work when she lived and created art in Israel for five years.
The artist's work consists of Kiddush cups, menorahs, Seder plates, tzedakah boxes, bowls and platters which are often times personalized to fit the client's specific style. The inspiration for this work is the activity the person is involved in or the design element that they relate to. Each and every piece she creates has a unique feel, emphasizing her originality.
Julie is the proud mother of three children, Gilad, Daniel and Ela and is married to her husband, Yoni, an Israeli native. They live in Mequon, Wisconsin and are very involved in a wonderful and vibrant community.