Collection: Julie Woodard

Artist Julie "Juicebox" Woodard splits her time between mountain trails and the streets of Philadelphia. 

Using salvaged textiles and found materials, Julie creates wearable pieces, impressionistic landscapes, abstract terrains, and functional sculptures that convey her passion for nature, memory, and creative reuse. What began as a way to honor her late mom and repurpose family heirlooms, her collections now also feature vintage goods, damaged textiles donated by community members, cutting room remnants, and street debris.

Julie’s artistic practice is rooted in the tension between holding on and letting go, of memorialization and detachment. A self-proclaimed 'doula of discarded things,' she transforms both trash and sentimental scraps into kinetic compositions of texture and light. Her process incorporates elements of collage, applique, embroidery, quilting, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The "juice" is the joy Julie seeks to create and the "box" is her platform for storytelling and advocacy. Every piece has a story. Every textile is repurposed with purpose.

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