Juliette Losq

Dr Juliette Losq CBP, RI, RWA, MRSS studied at Wimbledon College of Art (2004-7) and the Royal Academy Schools (2007-2010), receiving her doctorate from UAL / AUB in 2023.  She has worked as a Visiting Tutor and Lecturer as well as teaching in schools and as a private tutor for over fifteen years. Losq’s work is held in the Women’s Art Collection, the Newhall Art Collection, the Fountainhead Collection (Miami) and various private collections in the UK and internationally.

Losq won the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2005, was one of five shortlisted artists for the John Moores Prize in 2014, receiving the Visitor’s Choice Award, and received the John Ruskin Prize in 2019.

Juliette is also teaching short courses at the West Dean London Bloomsbury campus. (Please see the link in the Short Courses toolbar on the website)

Describe your approach to teaching
I teach through technical demonstration and by providing exemplars, encouraging students to research and experiment with techniques and processes as a basis for exploring new directions in their work.

What inspires your own work?
My work describes the borderlands at the edge of human habitation. Reclaimed by nature, these regions become spaces of speculation on what might have gone on before and what may be occurring out of sight.

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