Philadelphia artist Juli Snyder will display her original artworks at Small World Coffee’s Nassau Street location in Princeton for the month of December. The opening for the exhibition will take place on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 3 to 5 p.m
A painter for more than 15 years, Snyder draws inspiration from emotion, intuition and the subconscious. Described by one collector as “lyrical and soulful,” her palette choices range from ethereal soft pastels to strikingly vibrant pigments. Her paintings have been called both grounding and uplifting, residing in permanent public collections and homes on both coasts.
Juli has owned her art-focused business, Black Arrow Arts, since 2014. She has a strong desire to inspire, motivate and help people live happier, more fulfilling lives and does so regularly, primarily through her newsletter, which can be subscribed to via her website, BlackArrowArts.com, and her Instagram account (@black.arrow.arts). She’s also passionate about assisting other female entrepreneurs and has begun mentoring them.
She has shown her artwork in Philadelphia and the surrounding area since 2001 and exhibited in the SOLO exhibit at the NY Art Expo, an international exhibition of exemplary artworks. With over 30 exhibitions in multiple states under her belt, she greatly anticipates even greater levels of success, being able to give more to those who need it (she regularly donates work and funds to philanthropic causes and animal welfare organizations) and sharing her message of empowerment, service and hope on a larger scale. When we’re authentic & bring out what’s within, we realize we are courageous, worthy and perhaps most importantly, not alone.
A graduate of Temple University, Juli has been painting since 2000 & creatively expressing for as long as she can remember. Since she was a kid, art and animals have been her two biggest passions. Both are catalysts for profound healing and transformation. Art that makes us feel something can create a powerful shift in our lives. In a world that promotes distraction, Juli’s artwork seeks to make connections with ourselves and others. By changing ourselves for the better and uniting for a larger cause, we change the world.