Jackson-based artist, Judith Dragonette creates images of wildlife iconic of her valley home. Inspired by the cave paintings found in places like Lascaux, her paintings express a primitive, innocent quality born of a deep desire to communicate a passion for these creatures.

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Biography

Judith Dragonette

Biography

Dragonette, born 1938,  lives full time in Jackson, Wyoming enjoying family and wildlife. She works mainly with oil paint and oil sticks on linen. Clay and wood sculpture are also in her repertoire. Her work can be seen at the Amangani Gallery, Cafe Genevieve and Fort Frame and Art in Jackson, WY. Studio tours are also welcome at the artist's home in Jackson Hole by appointment. Her most recent show, 2018, was at the Turner Fine Art Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Education:


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture-University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Associate of Arts, Graphic Design-University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT
Studied Painting at the Silvermine Guild, New Canaan, CT and at The New School, New York, NY


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Exhibitions

May 6, 2019
Bronwyn Minton-Turner Fine Art

ONE BY ONE
Bronwyn Minton

One by One, a solo exhibition by Bronwyn Minton, is on display through June 14th, 2019. Also featuring new works by Pamela Gibson and Judith Dragonette.

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