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Juliana Vallone

Juliana Vallone

Ever since I was young, I have immersed myself in the arts, always finding a way to create from drawing and painting to making sculptures in the mud.  Art has allowed me to be myself and has served as my safe space.  When I am angry or upset, I turn to art and put that negative energy to work creating something beautiful.  At first, I wanted to be a painter, then a fashion designer, an art teacher, and now an illustrator.  Juliana is a student at Clark Advanced Learning Center. She is a member of the National Art Honor Society, the National Honor Society, the Science National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, and the Student Government Association.  She has participated in numerous art shows including the Marvin S. Cone, and the IRSC Digital Media Exhibition.  She has also created a shop where she designs, produces, and sells her art to the public including stickers, phone cases, clothing, and other accessories.

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