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Jeane George Weigel

Jeane George Weigel

Jeane Weigel is a working studio artist, a painter. She is represented by Juniper Sky Fine Art Gallery at Coyote Gulch Art Village in Ivins (Kayenta), Utah. Her work is owned by over 30 private collectors in Washington, Oregon, Utah, Arizona, Pennsylvania, California and Canada, and has been accepted in the St. George Art Museum’s annual invitational, The Regional, for three consecutive years. She received Best of Acrylic in 2003. Jeane is passionate about art and believes that a primary reason for her being here is to encourage people to pursue their art and to stick with it; to inspire those who have lost their art to reclaim it; and to help people who have only dreamed of making art take those first steps into their creativity. To this end, she founded Blue Raven Art Studio. Blue Raven Studio fosters support for the arts and the individual artist, by creating a comfortable enviroment for all who choose to participate in the varied classes offered there. Jeane teaches three classes per week at Blue Raven, but wishes to expand her reach into other communities as well. Jeane believes, firmly, that there is no one way to approach art–there is no wrong way, no right way–only each individual’s way. Her particular teaching gift is her ability to help people open to their own art, guiding them on a journey of artistic self-discovery. She believes this is possible because of her own personal experience. “I face a canvas everyday. Because I know the courage that takes, because I fac

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