Never having been accused of being overconfident, I sometimes find it hard to talk proudly about myself. Bragging was never my thing! But I do understand that it can be helpful to an art collector to know more about the artists whose work they collect. It can also help the viewer of your art to gain a fuller understanding of what’s going on in the canvas.
So here goes! For your reading pleasure, here’s a little about me!
(Please feel free to post a comment at the end. I would love to hear feedback in the form of helpful constructive criticism. Tell me if you’ve enjoyed reading; if I have kept your interest!)
Jeanne Guerin-Daley’s Bio
I really do love my family very much, but...
I am also in love with making art. I love it so much; I can't get enough of it! I spend lots of my time creating graphite as well as colored pencil drawings, acrylic paintings, murals, faux finishes, portraits of pets and people, landscapes... I just can't seem to stop myself from continuing to create (usually)* two-dimensional images that depict three-dimensional things from our world.
Life is so short and there is so much to paint!
Once my three boys and a girl became teenagers, the creative bug continued to gnaw at me. It was time to stop neglecting the desire to paint and draw. You've heard of Born Again Christians? Well, you could call me a Born Again Painter! My need to rekindle that spark, that passion, I have had for art-making for so long, has kept me working feverishly to express years of bottled up art.
I have begun to exhibit in the
Among other* projects, I have also begun an adventure in making murals and faux finishes by commission. Always the student and eager to learn how to become better, I constantly attempt to keep tabs on the latest methods. In the summer of 2005 I completed the Mural Painting Certificate Program from the
5‘ x 5‘ Acrylic Paint on Parachute Cloth
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Why do I paint? I paint to express a sense of awe at the wonders of our world,, to spread the beauty, to bring the outdoors in. The act of painting gives me a terrific energetic feeling that I get from no other activity! Plain and simply, I just love to paint!
More information about me and more artwork can be found at:
*Footnote from above: refers to my Bahama Llama which was three dimensional, painted for AbZOOlutely Chestnut Hill Public Art/Fundraising Project.A picture of Bahama Llama can be found elsewhere on this blog, but also at: http://abzoolutelychestnuthill.org/llama.asp