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2024 Ohio Artist Registry Juried Exhibition

Juliet Mullett

Wildlife Artist
Home 6088 Clubhurst Ct County: Franklin
Galloway Ohio 43119 United States
Home Ohio United States
Home Phone: 614-496-4559


Juliet is a lifelong Ohioan. She has lived in Cuyahoga Falls, Tuscarawas County, and Toledo.  Columbus has been her home for the last 25 years. She received her BA in secondary education from Bowling Green University and Walsh University and her MFA from the University of Toledo. She retired from teaching English, ESL and art in 2020 and began volunteering at a metro park near her home. She is an environmentalist and wanted to support that cause, but bombing whale ships and throwing paint on fur coats is not her style. So she simply began drawing what she saw, literally right in front of her at the metro parks.

Her artwork appears in various galleries around Columbus. Information on current and upcoming shows is kept up to date on her website:


Juliet currently does commission work for people wanting wildlife illustrations, either for their books or as art in their homes. 

Artist Statement

I use undiluted watercolor pencils on various types of paper to illustrate wildlife. I like detail, not to the extent of photorealism, but realistic enough to satisfy our curiosity about wildlife. Most of us only catch fleeting glimpses of these creatures, and art provides us the opportunity for close inspection without stressing or harming the wildlife.

At first, I only drew Ohio wildlife because I desperately want to preserve the remaining pockets of biodiversity our state has. No other state has our unique habitat. I know that’s a bold statement, but think about it. We have giant lakes, huge rivers, prairies, forests, swamps, gorges, and all kinds of weather. 

I’ve discovered from the people who attend my art shows that wildlife is a unifying aspect among humans. Almost everyone feels a sense of awe by these creatures who function through instinct. Not everyone wants to share their yard with wildlife, but most everyone embraces the idea of setting aside land for wildlife.