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Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger

On display in our retail gallery

Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger has been working with clay for 20 years here in the Northwest. She has a major in music and a double minor in art history and ceramics. She loves learning new ways to work with the many stages of clay work, which pushes her creative and technique limits. Juliette is currently working with sculptural forms that reflect our rich natural world and also have a touch of whimsy. She is also creating relief sculptures which are commentaries on social issues she is affected by. Juliette recently has begun teaching and found great joy in seeing students discover clay.



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