Juliette Pelletier’s work represents a bridge between centuries, continents, and cultures. Her work explores temporal constructs, historical context, scientific exploration, and the natural world. Artistically created with classical and technical renderings, elements of surrealism, and painterly abstraction, Ms. Pelletier creates a visually stimulating narrative for the viewer to navigate.
Having resided in eight countries across five continents, Ms. Pelletier has a unique worldly perception. Juliette holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Parsons School of Design in Paris and studied advanced classical painting and drawing at the Ecole Nationale Supèrieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. Juliette has exhibited in Canada, China, France, Italy, Switzerland, and the US. Juliette was one of four US-based artists invited to participate in the Sichuan University Artist in Residence Program in 2010 and will be participating at the Chateau Orquevaux Artist Residency in France in April 2025.
In addition, Ms. Pelletier is also an entrepreneur and independent curator. She is the founder of Reflect-Arts, Inc. which was active from 2005-2013 and was an organization that partnered with galleries, museums, and alternative art spaces internationally to develop group exhibitions, performance events, and opportunities for new and established artists around the world. In 2018 she founded Juliette Solutions LLC which provides fundraising, marketing, and management services for non-profits, arts organizations, and artists.
Juliette currently lives and works in the South Bronx, NY where she has lived since 2015
Education, Residencies, Memberships
Bronx, NY South Bronx Independent Artist Coalition
March 2019 – 2022 Member, participating artist, and curator
Chengdu, China Sichuan University
July-September 2010 One of 4 US artists invited to their first artist in residency program
Toronto, Ontario University of Toronto
June 1995 – December 1996 Masters courses in art conservation and restoration
Paris, France Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts
October 1990-June 1991 Advanced figurative painting and drawing
Paris, France Parsons School of Design/American University of Paris
September 1986-May 1990 Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, minor in Art History
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