Jeff Juhlin has been a nationally recognized artist for over forty years. He has worked primarily with encaustic for
the past fifteen years. Jeff is a recuring visiting artist at the Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center in Maui, Hawaii. He has compelted the Fellowship
Residencies at the Moulin a'Nef Auvillar France in 2010 and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Amherst Virginia in 2008. Jeff has been
included in numerous national exhibitions, including, “Consequential Fusion, Messages in Wax”, at Morrow Bay Art Center, CA, in 2011,
“225 Encaustic Encounters”, at the Turchin Center for the Arts, in Boone, NC, in 2009, “Working with Wax”, at the Bedford Art Center,
in Walnut Creek, CA, in 2009, and many more. Jeff's work has been featured in several publications including “Encaustic with a Textile
Sensibility” by Daniella Woolf and “Embracing Encaustic” by Linda Womack. Jeff currently lives and works in Salt Lake City and Torrey, Utah.