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 Juliette Aristides  (1970 - )

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Lived/Active: Washington/New York / South Africa      Known for: classical realist still life, portrait and figure painting

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Focusing her still life and figure paintings on seeking that which is spiritual, Juliette Aristides is a Classical Realist who uses muted colors and soft, luminous light to look into her own soul.

She was born in South Africa and grew up in Reading, Pennsylvania. From childhood, she has shown talent and interest in art, and local Reading artist Myron Barnstone became a mentor when she was in high school. She studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Art but was disappointed because the focus was on self expression rather than the basic disciplines of the Old Masters.

Moving on, she went to Minneapolis and entered the four-year atelier program of Richard Lack and took a rigorous course of study in Classical Realism, moving from drawing to black and white painting to colors.

In 1994, she married Dino Aristides and the moved to New York City where she studied with Carlos Madrid who taught her to work in tempera as well as oil. She enrolled in the National Academy of Design and in 1995, earned the Wilder prize for Drawing and the Albert Hallgarten Traveling Scholarship. She studied with realist painter Jacob Collins and in 1997 joined him in founding the Water Street Atelier in Brooklyn.

In 1998, she and her husband moved to Seattle where they had two children and she finds an environment that is quieter and more conducive to thinking and expressing herself.

Source: Norman Kolpas, Southwest Art, October 2001

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