Julie Cyr

Artwork

Owl's Head
Julie Cyr

Owl's Head

Oil on Canvas

24 x 30 in

$1,500.00

Time to Return II
Julie Cyr

Time to Return II

Oil on Panel

28 x 22 in

$1,200.00

Keeper of the Tundra
Julie Cyr

Keeper of the Tundra

Oil on Canvas

30 x 30 in

$2,000.00

Reach
Julie Cyr

Reach

Oil on Wood

36 x 12 in

$1,400.00

The Lesson
Julie Cyr

The Lesson

Oil on Panel

16 x 20 in

$1,000.00

Lines of Trust
Julie Cyr

Lines of Trust

Oil on Canvas

24 x 24 in

$1,300.00

Lean on Strength
Julie Cyr

Lean on Strength

Oil on Panel

24 x 24 in

$1,100.00

Time to Return
Julie Cyr

Time to Return

Oil on Canvas

22 x 28 in

SOLD

Elsie
Julie Cyr

Elsie

Oil on Canvas

11 x 14 in

SOLD

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Daisy and her Pup
Julie Cyr

Daisy and her Pup

Oil on Panel

36 x 36 in

Round Barn II
Julie Cyr

Round Barn II

Oil on Panel

20 x 16 in

Separation Anxiety
Julie Cyr

Separation Anxiety

Oil on Wood

22 x 10 in

Time to Return
Julie Cyr

Time to Return

Oil on Canvas

22 x 28 in

Warm Forest Timbre
Julie Cyr

Warm Forest Timbre

Oil on Panel

24 x 30 in

Howl
Julie Cyr

Howl

Oil on Canvas

11 x 14 in

Letting Go
Julie Cyr

Letting Go

Oil on Panel

30 x 30 in

Elsie
Julie Cyr

Elsie

Oil on Canvas

11 x 14 in

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Julie Cyr
Julie was born and raised in Waterville, Maine as part of a French Canadian family. There she spent her early years along with her brother and three sisters experiencing this Northern New England community. For 30 years she lived in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, while spending her summers at her home along the coast of Maine – where she has now retired from her music and nursing careers and devotes full time to painting. Julie began her artistic career as a musician and singer. She performed for many years with an a cappella group called The “Moonbeams”, performing in locations throughout New England . As a part of her musical career, Julie wrote and arranged “jingles” and was the recipient of a national award for her arrangement of the “Daily Dough” commercial for the Maine MegaBucks. In 2000, Julie began spending her summers in Belfast. There she shared a studio with her sister, a professional artist. Julie began painting the landscapes, barns and wildlife that experienced daily along Mid Coast Maine. Since that time she has had successful shows in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Florida.
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