Juliette Quédec is an Irish French contemporary painter based in Dublin, Ireland. Finding humour in the everyday trials and tribulations of life are what inspire her to create. Inspiration is derived from her surroundings, they just so happen to be painfully mundane.
The use of humour as a coping mechanism is common and there’s a reason for that; It provides a glimmer of hope in times of sadness. Life is tough enough as it is so why take it so seriously?
Inspiration for Quédec’s work is found in the form of trivial irritants and self reflection that provide a glimpse into the ‘tipping point’. You’ve missed your bus, there’s no milk left in the fridge and to top it off: It’s raining.
Quédec’s work has been featured in publications worldwide and has exhibited primarily in Ireland.
The Rejects2 July-15 Sept 2019Coldbench
NCAD Graduate Exhibition
8-18 June 2018
Sloppy Seconds On The Top Floor
29-30 June 2017
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios
6-7 April 2017
23-24th February 2017
– Murze Magazine Issue 11
– Food&Losers Magazine
– Into The Void Issue 12