Juliana Ditonto Weidinger

Juliana Ditonto Weidinger Born in Jamestown, New York, Julie grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. A talented art student with a particular penchant for line and pencil drawing, at an early stage she forsook the use of the right side of her brain in favor of a career as a systems analyst. Having benchmarked computers for physics labs and managed software systems for Fortune 500 companies, her business career brought her to the East Coast. Recently semi-retired from corporate management, she turned the left-brain switch off, or at least put a governor on its use, and was inspired to get back to her first love, her art. Julie, in her watercolors and pastel, combines vibrant colors, flowers and geometric shapes which reflect her combination of engineering training with artistic expression.

Julie has exhibited locally, including Hardcastle Gallery, Crow Hollow Studio, Westtown School, Mac Elree Harvey and Longwood Gardens. She is a member of SHINE, a non profit organization devoted to the cancer patients of Chester County.  Julie currently leads the Westtown Community Garden and promotes organic, all natural gardening.

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Juliana Ditonto Weidinger

Juliana Ditonto Weidinger Born in Jamestown, New York, Julie grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. A talented art student with a particular penchant for line and pencil drawing, at an early stage she forsook the use of the right side of her brain in favor of a career as a systems analyst. Having benchmarked computers for physics labs and managed software systems for Fortune 500 companies, her business career brought her to the East Coast. Recently semi-retired from corporate management, she turned the left-brain switch off, or at least put a governor on its use, and was inspired to get back to her first love, her art. Julie, in her watercolors and pastel, combines vibrant colors, flowers and geometric shapes which reflect her combination of engineering training with artistic expression.

Julie has exhibited locally, including Hardcastle Gallery, Crow Hollow Studio, Westtown School, Mac Elree Harvey and Longwood Gardens. She is a member of SHINE, a non profit organization devoted to the cancer patients of Chester County.  Julie currently leads the Westtown Community Garden and promotes organic, all natural gardening.

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