Jeanne has studied drawing and painting for over thirty years. In recent years she has added intaglio and Japanese woodblock printmaking to her art practice. Her work is inspired by daily experience - be it the bounty of a farm stand, the curve of a beach, or the layers of color on an oyster shell. As she works in her studio and in the field she remembers this dictum of Jasper Johns: “Do something, do something to that, and then do something else.”
Her motto for life and work is taken from the American author, Willa Cather: “The end is nothing, the road is all.”

Studied At:
Art Students League, NYC
The Studio School, NYC
Studio of Joan Griswold, Great Barrington, Ma.
Fine Arts Center, Provincetown, Ma.
Studio of Ophrah Shempesh, NYC
Lower East Side Print Shop
Manhattan Graphics Center

Group Shows Include:
Twentieth Century Gallery, Hudson, NY
Studio of Joan Griswold
Pelar Gallery, Greenport, NY
Oysterponds Historical Scoiety, Orient, NY
Atlantic Gallery, NYC
GPC, Gloucester, England

Solo Shows
The South Street Gallery, Greenport, NY
Entre Health, New York City
Manhattan Graphics Center, New York City

Sheffield Art Association
Art Students League

To learn more about Jeanne as an author, go to www.jeannebetancourt.com