After graduating from college with an M.A. in clay and glassblowing, Jeanne studied drawing in Berlin and apprenticed in pottery with Margarete Weidemann in Regensburg, Germany. In 1975, she moved to Las Cruces,NM and began a 30 year stint of doing art fairs across the country. In 2005, she stopped doing fairs to concentrate on painting. She presently has a show of 20 large paintings at the Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. This past spring she had paintings accepted into two nationally juried art shows, one at The Prince Street Gallery juried by Irving Sandler and another at the Creative Arts Workshop in New Haven, Ct. juried by William Bailey, prof. emeritus of Yale. She works dailey at The Potteries in historic old Mesilla.
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