Jeanne Allen Art Show
A One person art show for Jeanne Allen. Her work is executed expressively with emphasis on color and form which simplifies and carries an emotional impact. Her styles include plein air impressionistic landscapes using Fauvist colors, and stylized Southwest churches and Kachina figures.
While studying for a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Kansas, she was elected to Delta Phi Delta, honorary art fraternity. After graduation she became the art education curator at Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma and also worked as an assistant at Thomas Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa. Later, she taught art in Tulsa public schools.
She studies painting and drawing with Raymond Eastwood, oil painting with Frederic Taubes at Philbrook and sculpture with Eldon Tefft and Bernard Frasier. Summertime was spent studying painting, silkscreen, and cultural arts at Universidad de las Americas, Mexico City. She studied watercolor at various workshops, ceramics with Jane Heald and collage with Jeanne Dunlap.
She has won many awards with Palisades and Malibu Art Associations, and Allied Artists of Santa Monica Mountains.