Through sculpture and installation, Julie Levesque has been building a body of
work that is primarily concerned with motion and the fluid transformation of energy
into inanimate objects. The imprint of this emotion distorts their shapes creating a
narrative of the essence of the people who have had contact with them. Slumped,
eroded or enlarged, emotion/energy is made visible in ways that never physically
show in the body but reside there nonetheless. Working almost exclusively in white,
she creates tension and contradiction by draining the color out of these energized objects.

Ms. Levesque has most recently won a grant from the Artist's Resource Trust, and was
awarded a Massachussets Cultural Council grant for sculpture/installation in 2005. She
was also awarded the grand prize in the Provincetown Art Museum's 2001 national
juried competition.

She regularly exhibits at the Rice/Polak Gallery in Provincetown,
The Clark Gallery in Lincoln, MA and AJ Japour in Miami, FL. She also was the curator
and creator of Art for the Garden, a contemporary outdoor sculpture exhibit. Her
works are included in numerous museum, institution and private collections.