“Loving color and line, and fast paced painting, many of my works show just that. Some are more studious and planned for whatever reason. I use different styles for different motives and messages, painting on canvas, furniture and other assorted objects. I like expressionism but sometimes need realism. Sometimes I need abstraction, and sometimes I just want or need to paint something non-objective. Some of my art is on FineArtAmerica.com, Pinterest and my website. My originals are available as art pillows and fabric design, prints on paper and canvas, t shirts, bags and cards. I am painting full-time and running the business of Art by JNet. Popular commissions are people portraits, pet portraits and home portraits. The spiritual paintings always seem to find a home too. I also produce a lot of landscapes of home and travels, the farthest being France, Costa Rica and Kenya where I taught art for Wayland Baptist University and was escorted on two safaris by one of my students. Paintings resulted!” www.artbyJNet.com 601-906-3458 Jeanette knew at three that Art was IT for her. She appreciates good instruction that she received from artist/teacher Jean Blue, Vicksburg. Jeanette recieved a firm education in Drawing from Bob Dunaway at Hinds Community College then graduated with Honors from Mississippi College, majoring in Art. With a Masters in Education/Art from MC, Jeanette taught a little in public schools, started the Art Department at Terry High School. Artist in Residencies include 1 year with the Yazoo Correctional Facility in Yazoo City as a result of a federal grant from the National Endowment for the Arts in conjunction with the Federal Justice Department, the California Arts Council, the William James Association and the Mississippi Museum of Art. Another residency was 6 years with the Baptist Healthplex, MC campus, Clinton. Teaching also included being adjunct professors for Hinds Community College, MC, and Wayland (Texas) Baptist University’s Kenya Campus. She has earned National Board Teaching Certification. While teaching at Chamberlain-Hunt Academy she received a lifetime membership as a private school teacher. She has learned much from her students–especially those from her 7 years spent teaching at Mississippi State Hospital, Whitfield, MS. Jeanette teaches workshops and private lessons along with producing originals for her Art by JNet business. With a home studio overlooking Tibbee Crrek near the Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Nature’s inspiration is right out my door. The Boathouse Gallery is open to the public by appointment and by calling,contacting first for private or group visits.
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