Juliana2me Abstract Minimalistic Artist

Meet Juliana Twomey, also known as Juliana2me, a talented fine artist and designer who resides in the White Mountain Area of New Hampshire. Juliana's art is intentionally minimalist and serene.

Her original Minimalistic Landscapes of National Parks are drawn by hand in Adobe Illustrator.  Her intention is to say as much as she can about a landscape with the least amount of visual language, with the goal of encouraging the viewer to connect with their own memories of a particular place.. With bold, flat areas of color, 3-6 contiguous non-varied lines, and a circle to represent the sun or a moon she encapsulates the essence of a place. She has created 63 US National Parks and is working to expand this body of work to worldwide parks cities and conservation lands. 

Juliana understands the value of the memories we create in certain locations and how they hold a special place in our hearts, reminding us of important moments and the people we shared them with. She enjoys the challenge of creating art that resonates with the viewer and finds joy in sharing her gift with others by transforming the places they love into framed Limited Edition Prints and Wall Murals. Her art serves as a powerful reminder of the connection between memory, place, and emotion.

Vista Nuovo

Vista Nuovo means "new view" in Italian. In this body of work, Juliana offers  a "new view" of the ancient, protected, sacred ground we all share-- our National Parks. She admires the1935-1943 WPA poster art, but this style has been replicated through decades, and she feels it is time for a fresh look--a Vista Nuovo (new view). 

Less Single-Use Plastic

This body of work was born out of a personal year-long project to help mother earth by creating 365 designs to encourage less single-use plastic. The National Parks are the final 63 designs of that project. To learn more about that project please visit lesssingleuseplastic.com.

Click to view Juliana's resume.