Jules Schacter is a female artist from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She is currently attending the University of Calgary and is enrolled in a five-year, combined Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Education. Her goal is to become a high school art teacher, while also continuing to grow and develop her own artistic practice. Having a career in the field of art, while also being able to teach, is a dream come true for her.
Jules’s work has been shown in a variety of exhibitions including the Mosaic Exhibition at the Pumphouse Theatre in Calgary, Alberta, and the University of Calgary’s PUSH Exhibition. Much of her work is heavily influenced by Feminist Theory, nature, and life and death. Within her practice, Jules intends to touch on her experience as a woman in Canada. She became interested in Feminist Theory after experiences first-hand the way women are treated compared to men. Both nature, and life and death are also major themes within her practice. She explores these themes through a variety of mediums such as embroidery, resin sculpture, minimalist drawing, and expressive painting.
14” x 11”
Acrylic on Wood
Description: painting of sunset on wood
5.5” x 8.5”
Description: linocut print of flowers in a jar