looks at the works of Jeannie Pelletreau, one sees a sophistication and
innocence that is not often seen in work of such uniqueness, simplicity and
honesty. Originating from the heart and not the pocketbook and without the
influence of a formal art education, her works display a feeling that only
comes from within someone who closely relates to her subjects, Native American
Her two and three dimensional art pieces, displayed and awarded in various shows, galleries and collections throughout the west, are individually made with various mediums ranging from watercolors to leather, wood and fabric. She has no reproductions; so each piece, whether it is a painting, note card, bookmarker or one of her popular hand-carved wooden necklaces, it is a one-of-a-kind article stemming from many hours of research and hard work.
As for her personal life, she lives with her husband Rich, a wildlife artist and gallery owner, himself and two dogs, Tyler and Critter on about a half an acre near Lake Isabella, in Weldon California where she enjoys her yard, a piece of artwork in itself in natural landscaping catering to the abundance of wildlife that also resides therein and to which she also closely relates.
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