A closing reception is scheduled for the 19th from 5-7 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Jeanette’s paintings have their primary roots in the art of the American 20th Century and the French and American impressionist “plein air” traditions. Introduced to painting at an early age by her artist mother, it has been her passion and challenge as an adult.
Jeanette has honed her craft over the years by taking classes, studying under accomplished artists and attending workshops. She is currently a member of Friday Morning Art Group that meets weekly at the Hutchinson Art Center, for studio life drawing as well as “plein air” painting around the local area. Her work has been shown locally and throughout the region and her painting may be found in private and corporate collections throughout the Mid-West and beyond.
Mull continues to be inspired by nature and the life and landscape of Kansas, her adoptive state, which she loves. Born in Missouri, she has lived her married life in Hutchinson with physician husband, Jack. They have two married children and four grandchildren.
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