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jas studio shotBorn in the land of the giant California redwoods, coastal mountains and rivers, and rugged Pacific Beaches, Jules has spent much of her life outdoors, hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, scuba diving, rock climbing, and trail running.  While attending high school in San Francisco, Jules became enamored with the ceramics of the restaurants and shops of Japan Town.  Ten years later Jules took a beginning wheel class while working on her BA in Child Development at CSU Sacramento.  Since 2003 Jules has developed her clay working skills through participation in the wood-fire community of Scott Parady’s Anagama kiln and by assisting in the ceramics departments at CSU Sacramento and Sacramento City College.  Jules attended graduate school for  Child Development at CSUS and has a Master’s Degree in Education from National University.  Jules continues her education in clay by attending visiting artist workshops and demonstrations at various schools, art centers, and galleries including Mendocino Art Center, TRAX Gallery & Anderson Ranch Arts Center.  Jules has been an Artist-in-Residence at The Sonoma Community Center and at the Mendocino Art Center. She currently makes work in her home studio on Cobb Mountain, fires wood kilns at Cobb Mountain Art and Ecology Project and teaches ceramics at the Calistoga Art Center.  

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