Juliette Palmer RBA

Artist Gallery


Juliette was a past member.

Has drawn and painted since early childhood and began to exhibit as a teenager. She was an annual prize winner at art school in Essex gaining NDD, and ATD at the Insitute of Education, London University.
In the 1950s she worked as an art teacher as a display designer and for a commercial art studio. Some of her oil paintings of tree subjects were shown at the Redfern and Leicester galleries in London. In the 1960s and 70s she worked as a freelance children̛̛s book illustrator, then designed wrote and illustrated six of her own books for children. She talked to schools, judged competitions, presented prizes such as The Cheltenham Festival Poetry Prize 1978 and opened exhibitions and a new school art block.
Since then she has painted almost entirely in watercolour exhibiting at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The Royal Society of British Artists, The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and the New English Art Club at the Mall Galleries, London.
Other exhibitions include The Royal Watercolour Society at the Bankside Gallery, London and at the Royal West of England Academy, Bristol. Her work has been repeatedly selected in three major national competitions, the Hunting Art Prizes, the Singer and Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour competition and the Laing Landscape competition. She has won several prizes. She was among prominent artists showing in ̛̛The View̛̛ at Orleans House Gallery, Richmond.
She has exhibited in one-man and group shows in many commercial galleries in Britain such as the New Ashgate Gallery Farnham, the Century Gallery Datchet, Abbott and Holder Bloomsbury and the Mitsukoshi Gallery Lower Regent Street, London and in the USA, Japan, Australia and at local festivals and art events. She has undertaken many house and garden portraits and joined or organised many ventures to bring painting before a wider audience in the community.
Work has been featured in art books and magazines and she takes part in the Bucks Open Studios during the last two weeks of June.

Juliette died on the 2nd of August 2015. View Obituary