Juliana Haliti is a painter and sculptor who explores her fascination and fear between the relationship of the profligate human effect on both the past and present.
Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally including, Tomato Mouse, MOZAIK Future Art Awards, DAB Art Co., Saratoga Arts, The Arts Center of the Capital Region, Albany Center Gallery, SUNY Plaza, Grand Street Community Arts, and The College of Saint Rose where one of her paintings is included in their permanent collection on display. Her work has been published in The Sheepshead Review and The Montana Mouthful. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with a dual concentration in painting/drawing and sculpture from the College of Saint Rose and her MA in Studio Art from the University at Albany. She is anticipating an MFA in Studio Art from the University at Albany in 2022. Haliti is also the art editor for the online publication, Barzakh magazine.