Juliana Lemin, 15-year-old Edgemont sophomore
has first solo exhibit in Town Supervisor's Gallery
at Greenburgh Town Hall
Juliana Lemin, a 15-year-old Sophomore at Edgemont High School, was born in Hackensack NJ. She and her family moved to Greenburgh when she was 18 months old. As a toddler, Juliana would color in coloring books using both hands at the same time! This enthusiasm to combine colors inspired her journey as a young artist. She took her first art lessons when a family friend, a professional artist, visited her family in 2013 and stayed with them for a month.
Since her early years, Juliana has expressed her creativity in art. Her family supported her interest by taking her to various museums and art galleries in the US and abroad. Juliana joined The Rad Art Studio in Hartsdale when she was seven, and later started taking art lessons with a professional artist, Leonid Shoshensky.
Juliana uses various media to express her creativity: chalk pastel, oil on canvas, watercolors, and graphite pencil, to name a few. In the last few years, her works have appeared in several “Celebrating Art” publications. She regularly participates in various art contests for adults and children. In February ‘23, she participated in NY Congressman Jamaal Bowman’s Congressional Art Competition at Purchase College. Juliana won a “Silver Key” Award in ’22 in Scholastic Art Competition and has several honorary mentions from other art competitions. In 2020, she took part in “My Space,” a group exhibition at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT; This is her first solo exhibit!
The public is invited to view Juliana's exhibit on Saturday, November 4th, between noon and three pm, when they come to Town Hall to vote!