JO ULLAH - ARTIST & AUTHOR

My writing, artwork and ideas

Self taught artist, dyslexic and addicted to creating. When I'm working on a piece of artwork I'm often writing a story in my head. When I write I can 'see' the narrative like a film. 

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BIO

I grew up in a quiet rural location in the boarder lands between Somerset and Dorset with plenty of time for dreaming. Unable to read books because of dyslexia my mother read to me until I was ten. She had a strong taste for horror and mystery, with a naturally spooky mind excited by all things supernatural. These things I gladly inherited and transfer into my writing and sometimes my artwork too.

 

JO ULLAH

The Locksmith is my first novel, Sweet Dreams is my second, which will be published in November 2019, and I'm busy working on a third. Stories have filled my head and spill over into my dreams, waiting to be worked out on paper. I've just completed an BA Hons English Literature and Language degree with the OU, achieving a 2.1. I'm married, have four children, too many pets, and live in Bristol in a dusty cluttered house.

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THE LOCKSMITH

KINDLE SCOUT WINNER

Jude doesn’t like secrets, they breed poison, but she knows her husband is hiding something from her. To uncover the truth she flees with her three young children to stay with her mysterious mother-in-law, Audra. Only Audra has secrets of her own and will stop at nothing to keep them.

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SWEET DREAMS

WHERE NIGHTMARES STALK

Astrid wants to build a new life, but her painful past drags her down.

She's drawn to Mark, the trouble insomniac she meets in town, only she's worried about her safety.

There's someone terrifying stalking the streets of Bristol and he's hot on her trail.

Who is the Bristol beast and what does he want with Astrid?

Click on image to read an extract

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ARTWORK PAST & PRESENT
jump girl bl squ
jump girl wh squ
Air Elemental
ROSE done crop
FISH done crop
SUNFLOWER done crop
FOUR LADIES unfired
Sister
Dancing Heart
Spear of Destiny
Wet Dreams
Pheasants
Snow Shoe
Out of the Blue
Into the blue
Southville Primary Centenary
Bust of young man
Heads
Merpeople
Longevity Turtle
Sister - close up
Torso
Bowlers-Hand
Carp Mirror
Koy Carp
A Stitch in time
Lady Willow
Zebra
Would you Adam & Eve it
My Life Landscape

I am a mixed media artist dabbling in a range of materials. It just depends on the idea at the time. Red plastic clay, white crank, glazed or painted, bronze or cold cast resin, oils and acrylics, tapestry, mini mosaic and hand built sculpt clay figures.

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Ready to Get Published
Ready to Get Published

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Pile Of Books

Typewriter Keys
Typewriter Keys

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Ready to Get Published

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"Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale"

Hans Christian Andersen

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Laptop and Diary Topview

Coffee and Magazines
Coffee and Magazines

Working from Home
Working from Home

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Laptop and Diary Topview

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