Juliane Brandt

The art of understanding yourself as an artist.
Her passion for art was already evident in her childhood – as was her talent, which was promoted early on. After attending an art-oriented high school in Berlin, Juliane Brandt has worked with many artistic forms of expression over the years and continued to develop her style. In addition to painting, she experimented with numerous mediums, including clay, wood and metal.

Several trips to Australia as well as an exchange year in Canberra inspired the native Berliner to combine wood and clay – to showcase how the characteristics of these elements change when subjected to heat and fire.

Her studies in Art and Design at the FHTW Berlin, a Bachelor degree in Multimedia & Design from the London Metropolitan University and a Master´s degree (with distinction) in Graphic Design from the London University of the Arts contribute to her professional life as a freelance graphic designer.

Juliane Brandt has presented her art in several exhibitions in Germany and London.

2022 aletto Hotel Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany
2022 Kunstgezeiten 5, Kunstscheune Jemgum, Germany
2021 Private Exhibition, Angermünde, Germany
2021 Musaart International, Wien, Austria
2007 Art Cafe Vive Iterum, London, UK
2005 Art Hotel Victoria Park Plaza, London, UK
2003 Lakeside Hotel, Strausberg, germany
2002 Galerie am Markt, Eggersdorf, Germany
2002 Educational Institute, Ludwigsfelde, Germany
Speaker's Corner
Inspired by Speaker's Corner in London where often heated discussions are exchanged between individuals from different backgrounds. The matchsticks are physically burned and mounted on a metal plate on a wooden block.
Juliane Brandt, Natural materials, Ceramics
Two enlarged burned matchsticks that show new life when looked at closer.
Juliane Brandt, Wood, Clay
Minimalistic scene showing the curiosity, patience and respect when meeting another. The careful look of the squirrel inspired me to create an expression of trust and sharing.
Juliane Brandt, Wood, Clay
Goldene Zeiten
Zwei Damen errinnern sich entspannt an die guten alten Zeiten.
Juliane Brandt, Wood, Ceramics

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