Jeannina Blanco

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Coronado Gótico, 2012 Oil On Linen 18x24" © Jeannina Blanco all rights reserved
Marcelo Oil 24 X 24
Al aire libre Oil On Canvas 12 X 12
Descansando la vista Oil On Canvas 11 X 14 X 2
Estudio de un pintor Oil In Canvas 16 X 9
Acuatico Watercolor 10 X 13
Kephri Oil On Linen 7 X 9
Pacifica en la Ciudad Oil On Canvas © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Brisa Herediana Oil In Canvas © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Cola de Ballena Oil On Canvas © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Energia Tropical Oil On Canvas © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Zuniga Art Studio Oil On Canvas © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Terreno de Juego © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
El Oasis © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Gris Urbano © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
San Jose Historico © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Pacifica © Jeannina Blanco All Rights Reserved
Quick Facts
Costa Rica
Birth year
Lives in
Costa Rica
Works in
Costa Rica
Scottsdale Artists School, Scottsdale, AZ, 2000
Cannery Paints, Newport Beach, CA, 1996
Representing galleries
expressive, expressionism, brushstrokes, bold, color, realistic, impressionism, mixed-media, landscape, figurative

I did not choose to be an artist, Art chose me!  It found me, healed me and gave me a great reason to live on this fascinating path I have traveled, full of learning and satisfacción.  I do not cease to be wondered.

To me, the artistic creation is an act of love.

Born in Costa Rica. At age twenty one, moved to California where she took painting workshops with Marilyn Polliquin at Cannery Paints in Newport Beach and later on great artist Hedi Moran in Scottsdale Artist School in Arizona, after she recovered from a craniotomy. Her passion for Alla Prima painting was acquired with practice and learning from associated artists of the California Plein Air Painters Association. She also belonged to the California Art Club and Artsbridge.

Blanco opened his first studio in Newport Beach, California in 1998 and returned to Costa Rica in 2002 when she began teaching and exhibited her artwork in both countries, including at curated exhibitions of the Salmagundi Club New York of which was a member for five years. She is an active member the Costa Rican Association of Visual Artists (ACAV) and donates her time as secretary of board of directors.

Her work has been published in the Los Angeles Times, the Orange County Edition and The Artist's Blue Book among other publications including magazines, newspapers and TV interviews in Costa Rica as well. Her style blends Impressionism and Realism expressively. Her work is collected in over twenty countries including several murals, more than seven hundred paintings, drawings, photographs and a video documentary of 55 minutes about the theater history Costa Rican that it was declared of Cultural Interest in Costa Rica in 2009.