My Eyes Are Down Here

My Eyes Are Down Here

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT JULIET

Juliet Martin makes her viewers see the message beyond the joke. She illustrates personal stories with satirical forms, painful punchlines, and caustic visual one-liners.

Why fiber? Weaving fabric physically and mentally attaches her to her canvas. Her process is surprisingly improvised. Decisions are made as the shuttle moves across the threads.

In her work, she applies the Japanese philosophy of SAORI. With its Zen mindset, SAORI encourages freeform work—no patterns, no rules, no mistakes. By approaching weaving as both craft and fine art, she shows that questioning the intention can bring you solutions that are unique to the medium.

She is not always funny, but she is always sincere.

 

Juliet has a BA in Visual Arts from Brown University, a MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts, and is a member of the Saori Leadership Committee based in Osaka, Japan. Juliet has been a part of the fiber community for 8 years having solo shows including Chashama, New York, NY; Sumei Multidisciplinary Arts Center, NJ; Creative Arts Workshop, CT; Garrison Art Center, NY; Artworks Gallery, NJ; and Saori Kaisak Gallery, Osaka, Japan.


Read about why I do what I do in the Surface Design Blog