The title is inspired by Ira Levin’s novel and Roman Polanski’s film Rosemary’s Baby, a tale of modern devilry, satanic cults, secret cabals and political monsters which seems ever relevant in the 50th anniversary of its self declared year “Year One” 1966.
For her window exhibition at the Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities Julie Goldsmith will present a collection of ceramic and bronze works to conjure and dispel, to protect and heal.
Julie Goldsmith is a London studio based artist, graduate of Camberwell Art School and member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors.
She works in bronze, ceramic, oil and found objects. The work is poetical. Recurring motifs are lambs, wolves, fairies, swans and latterly vampires. Influences are from fiction, poetry and music.
Goldsmith likes to install her work in strange and beautiful environments such as an old icehouse, the crypt of a church and a disused water tower.
She also regularly exhibits in group shows and her work is in private collections.
Her occasional art reviews are published in International Times.