Juliette Morris Williams

Juliette’s studio and home is in Boulder Creek, California.  She has been creating art since childhood, and studied in San Jose, California at the San Jose Museum of Art in the 1970s and 80s.  She was a dancer for many years as well, and studied at Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York City.  

In 2001, Juliette was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and currently works at her home and studio in Boulder Creek creating art.

Her most recent work is shown at Mountain Arts Gallery in Ben Lomond, California and on Etsy.com.  She recently studied with Keith Lo Bue of Sydney, Australia, and is working on several new mixed media pieces as well as new jewelry for Winter 2013.

Her pieces were also shown in collaboration with Doug Masury’s brilliant textiles at Open Studio 2012.

In essence, Juliette’s philosophy is that art IS life.

Main materials and processes: Fire painted copper, bronze, brass, and steel, found and recycled objects, and handmade polymer beads in natural colors to reflect the natural world.

Memberships:

Member, Mountain Arts Center, Ben Lomond, CA

Member, Metal Arts Guild, San Francisco, CA

Member, First Friday Santa Cruz

Member, Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG)

Awards:

San Francisco Botanical Garden – Photography contest 2010 for ‘In Christopher’s Garden: Dahlia’

Websites:

http://www.juliettemorriswilliams.com

http://artintheredwoods.etsy.com

http://artintheredwoods.facebook.com

http://artintheredwoods.blogspot.com

Conceptual Art, Jewelry, Mixed Media