Juliette Bechtolsheim is an award-winning student and painter at the Nueva High School in San Mateo, California, U.S. Starting to paint with oils at age 12, she’s been hooked ever since. Today, her work focuses on women’s mental health, using abstractions as a vessel to explore intimate moments of emotionality.
Juliette's art has been recognized regionally by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and Congressional Art Competition, nationally by Celebrating Art, and internationally by the Ruth Borchard 2021 Self Portrait Prize and the Khaled Bin Sultan Science Without Borders Challenge.
Her work has also been showcased in the Ruth Borchard Long-list Exhibition and hung on the walls of the U.S. Capitol.