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Artist: Juliana Rempel


Artist: Juliana Rempel
Juliana Rempel, ALBERTA
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I create ceramic functional pottery, sculptural work and installations that are greatly
influenced by everyday objects and the traditions of Still Life. Exploring the relationship between familiarity and ambiguity, these silent objects look to find a voice within their frame. Inspired by the ability of the everyday to renew in us an act of knowledge, my groupings create new platforms for these objects to exist.
Striving to honor the silent bystanders of our day, the compositions allow objects to  emerge from the shadows, posed and poised. There is a beauty found in the shapes and colors that compose the settings of our day. Within the soft and muted colours of the mundane, there is a silence. Through the silence, vivid colours and shapes emerge to create a disturbance among the stillness.

Juliana Rempel is a graduate of Emily Carr University in Vancouver where she received her Bachelor in Visual Arts degree. Following this, she attended Cardiff School of Art and Design in Wales, UK where she completed her Master of Arts degree in Ceramics. Juliana has had the opportunity to attend art residencies such as the International Ceramic Studio in Hungary, Fourwinds Arts Residency in France as well as here in Canada at Medalta International Ceramic Residency in Medicine Hat, Alberta. She has exhibited her work both
nationally and internationally, most recently her work has been shown at the Dade Art and Design Lab (Calgary, AB), Archie Bray Foundation (Helena, USA), Art Souterrain (Montreal, QC),the Harris-Warke Gallery (Red Deer, AB), The Gardiner Museum (Toronto, ON), The Art Gallery of St. Albert and in May of this year as part of ‘Oh Ceramics’ at the Esplanade Museum and
Gallery (Medicine Hat, AB). Juliana resides and maintains a studio practice in Bragg Creek Alberta and is currently teaching at the Alberta College of Art.


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