Juliette Cove is an award winning American contemporary artist who creates from her own inspiration and for V.I.P. patrons requesting commissioned art. “My art functions to inspire the value of love, relationships, community, peacefulness, and joys in life. I want to encourage viewers to resonate and incline toward what brings happiness and fulfillment. If I can give someone a beacon of positivity and love to brighten up their world, this is my way.” She is most known for unusual abstract works that come from meditation and her paintings symbolizing romance and love.
Born September 7th 1972 in New Orleans, Juliette began painting and drawing in her childhood years, grew to explore abstract art in her twenties, and studied painting and illustration with a variety of institutions. These include University of New Orleans, School of Visual Arts in New York, and California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She also briefly studied interior design with Delgado Community College of New Orleans and held a place on the dean’s list. Juliette has volunteered with the Guggenheim Museum in New York and with ArtSpan in San Francisco as an avid supporter of arts in community.
Juliette Cove’s work is created primarily with Golden acrylic paints on museum quality linen and boards which are prepared, crafted, and finished to lend durability and consideration for restoration to the art work. Her art is brought to the best capture and printing service in the U.S. where she and a team of three five people work on perfecting quality of limited edition prints. Original art and collectable prints can be acquired directly from Juliette, via art auctions, or through gallery exhibits. She hosts private events and studio visits from her location in San Francisco.