Jeanne Williamson's work can be seen in galleries and museums, and in many books and magazines.
The size of Jeanne's artwork ranges in size from anywhere from 6 inches to 35 feet wide. Her most recent large accomplishment was a temporary outdoor art installation at the Boston Center for the Arts, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jeanne has a BFA from Philadelphia College of Art (now the University of the Arts), where she majored in Fibers/Crafts. In addition to being trained as an artist, Jeanne has a MSAEd in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art. She spent a number of years teaching art to children and adults with disabilities, such as Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and Mental Illness.
She is represented by the Gravers Lane Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, and the deCordova Museum of Art Corporate Art Loan Program in Lincoln, MA.
Jeanne lives in Natick, Massachusetts, with her husband Joshua Ostroff, and is a member of The Boston Printmakers, the Monotype Guild of New England, and the Surface Design Association.
To learn more about Jeanne and her art, read her blog, follow her on Twitter, or visit her Facebook page.
In addition to doing artwork and web design, Jeanne's new how-to book, Uncommon Cards, is scheduled to be published by Running Press in the Spring of 2013. Jeanne is also the author of the how-to book The Uncommon Quilter (Potter Craft/Random House, 2007).
Most of the art work on this site is available for an exhibition, and for sale. If you would like prices and availability, would like to be included on her mailing list, or just want to say hello, please contact Jeanne.