Figurative sculptures made from clay, wood and metal are Juliane’s main form of expression. She is an established artist with a creative focus on joyful sculptures that invite the viewer to discover the intricate facial expressions that portray an interaction with the surroundings.
Throughout her life, she was able to experiment with many different materials and artistic forms, further developing her skills by gaining extensive practical experience during her Art & Design studies in Berlin and London.
Juliane has presented her art in various exhibitions across Europe. In 2023 she received a People’s Choice Award at the ‘Sculpture in the Garden’ Exhibition at Wollongong Botanic Garden, NSW.