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Jeanette Le Grue

The painter Jeanette Le Grue was born and raised on Kodiak Island, Alaska. The midnight suns, long days of darkness, and dramatic colors of her childhood inspired her to create uniquely powerful and dramatic work. She moved to California in 1980, and now lives, paints, and operates the F.I.S.H. School of Color, in the small town of Tomales, near the coast of Northern California.

Jeanette shows her work in galleries and museums throughout the United States. She has been the subject of feature articles in Southwest Art Magazine, American Artist Magazine, and Plein Air Scene. She has received numerous awards, including First Place in the American Impressionist Society’s National Show, the Irvine Museum Award at the Hawaii Plein Air Event, the Award of Excellence at the Oil Painters of America National Juried Exhibition, and the Helen De Cozen Award at the American Artists Grand National Exhibition in New York.

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Honeybush Caramel Mango and Lime Umbrellas Mangoes Nasturtiam Spice Pixie Shades of Amber
Tea and Silver Tranquil Lemon Rose
Since 1981