Combining her passions for art and science, Juliane Deubner is a medical illustrator creating pieces filled with precision and detail at the Western Collge of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan.
Following the influences of artists such as Alexander Calder and George Glenn, she aspires to create works that are more abstract and intuitive. While continuing to create paintings from her home studio, Juliane is fascinated by the addition of a whole new dimension to her work, the ability to add movement, causing ever changing constellations in her kinetic art.
She works with found objects, painted wood, natural materials, metal, wire and string. Juliane relishes the exploration of this artistic path calling it imaginative, crazy, funky and fun.