Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, Juliana received her BFA in Visual Arts in 2017 by the University of São Paulo.      Today, Juliana paints in her studio in Manchester, New Hampshire, inspired by color, movement and texture present in her surroundings on a daily basis. 
Her work is about exploring abstraction experimenting with composition, through adding and removing the paint from the canvas using water, which creates interesting marks revealing parts of the process to the final product.
As a former classical dancer, movement plays a big part in Juliana's work. Her paintings are often described as "dreamy".
Her work has been exhibited at the University of São Paulo ( 2017)  and at Nahcotta Art Gallery in Portsmouth, NH (2021).