Jeannine D. Anderson is a mixed-media artist, exploring a sense of place, spontaneous mark making and the emotive properties of color in her abstract works on panel and paper.  She has exhibited extensively throughout the US and Japan.  Jeannine has been supported by grants from the American Association of Colleges and Universities, the Kentucky Arts Council, Kentucky Foundation for Women and Berea College. She is honored to have her work included in the permanent collection of the M.H. deYoung Memorial Museum in San Francisco and to have exhibited at the Hokkaido Museum of Art in Sapporo, Japan.  

Jeannine earned her Master of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees from Colorado State University after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Textiles from Northern Illinois University and course work at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  

Previously she has taught as a Professor at Alfred University, Berea College, University of Arizona and Arizona State University.  She has developed and taught courses in Foundations Drawing, Design, Color Theory, Fibers and several special topics.

She currently works in her studios in Brunswick, Maine and on Bois Blanc Island, Michigan. 

© Jeannine Anderson 2012