Juliet Rohlmann is a Toronto based cross-disciplinary artist and designer. Rohlmann has a background of two years in Illustration at OCAD University and is currently enrolled in the Life Studies program and will be graduating in 2019 with a Bachelor of Fine Art from OCAD University. Rohlmann works mainly in digital media, ink, and watercolour. She is currently experimenting with performance art and illustrating a children's book.
Rohlmann’s recent experimentation in performance art has led her to creating natural prints by hammering flowers on paper. These performances speak to the fragility and resilience of nature, the industry of cut flowers, and the act of preservation through destruction. The prints that come from the flowers are chaotic and vibrant.