Name: Jeanie Coy Auseon
Statement: I was a kid artist, and have made art throughout my life. I earned undergraduate and masters degrees in Education from Truman University, Missouri. I received a Ph.D in Art Education from the Ohio State University. For many years, I was an art teacher and fine arts curriculum specialist; teaching was my artform. I received several awards during my teaching career. I came home to my personal art-making when I retired from teaching. I was a 2-D Finalist for the 2011 Individual Artist Fellowship Grant, Greater Columbus Arts Council. I have 3 commissioned works in the permanent art collection at the Springfield, Ohio Regional Medical Center, and 1 commissioned piece in the permanent art collection, Short North Hilton Hotel, Columbus. I will have 1 commissioned piece in the permanent art collection of the new addition to the Greater Columbus Convention Center, scheduled to open, spring, 2017. I have works in private collections throughout the US. In 2009, I was asked to create a Christmas ornament for the ÒHistoric LandmarksÓ White House Christmas Tree. This opportunity was preceded by a 1985 project in which my family and I were chosen to create ornaments for the Trees of Christmas Exhibit, the Smithsonian Museum of American History. Studies in Residential and Commercial Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Industrial Design, and Surface Design inform my art-making. My works are represented by Studios on High Gallery, Short North Arts District, Columbus, Ohio. Her works are represented by Studios on High Gallery, Short North Arts District, Columbus, Ohio.
Near C 151
400 N. High St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Screen printing, painting on silk
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