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 Augsburg University Art Gallery (Minneapolis, Minnesota), the Alberta Craft Gallery (Calgary, Alberta), Archie Bray Foundation (Helena, USA), Art Souterrain (Montreal, QC), The Gardiner Museum (Toronto, ON), and as part of ‘Oh Ceramics’ exhibition at the Esplanade Museum and Gallery (Medicine Hat, AB).
Juliana resides and maintains a studio practice in Bragg Creek Alberta and is currently teaching independent classes out of her home studio as well as being a sessional faculty at AUarts.
NOTE: The pieces you see on this page and in our online store by this artist may not be available. Also, we may have more pieces in our gallery that don't show up online. Please contact us or come visit the gallery to see works by this artist that are currently available.
Porcelain bowl with prairie glaze | between 4-6.5" tall by 7-7.5" in diameter. Designs in stock may vary so please contact us for current inventory.View full product details
Speckled clay with hand-painted design. Approximately 4" tall and 3" in diameter. Designs in stock may vary so please contact us for current inventory.View full product details
Speckled clay with hand-painted design. Approximately 8" tall and 1" in diameter. Designs in stock may vary so please contact us for current inventory.View full product details
Ceramic | approximately 4.5" tall x 8" in diameter Designs in stock may vary so please contact us for current inventory.View full product details
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