Juta Rindina tells stories through her figurative compositions, which read like make-believe theatrical sets complete with props and characters. She often employs porcelain, stone, and other mixed-media into her works. Self-expression is paramount in her work and she’s been making for some 50 years. In the late 1960s, she atttended the Riga Secondary School of Applied Art and later studied ceramics for five years at the Latvian Academy of Art. In 2016, Rindina received honorable mention as part of the Latvia International Ceramics Biennale. She currently resides in Riga, Latvia.