Jeanet Dreskin

"Williwaws XI" (gouache) 22" x 30" $ 3,000.

Paintings by Jeanet Dreskin are in the permanent collection of the Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, S.C.; National Museum of American Art, Washington DC; the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA; the E. Hampton Museum, NY; the Zimmerli Museum, New Brunswick, NJ; the Gibbes Museum, Charleston, SC; SC State Art Collection; Texas Art Association Collection, Austin, Texas; Imperial Chemicals, Manchester, England; J. Strobel of W. Sohne, Munich, Germany etc.

One woman exhibitions of over thirty of her paintings have been exhibited at the Columbia Museum of Art, SC; the Lowe Gallery, New Orleans, LA; the Greenville County Museum of Art; the Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA; Furman University; Clemson University; the Asheville Museum, NC etc.

Her paintings have been selected and received awards in exhibitions at the International Grand Prix, Cannes, France; Isette Colle Di Roma, Rome, Italy; Jehanger Gallery, Bombay India; Butler Institute of American Art, Youngston, Ohio; Broome St. Gallery, NYC; National Academy of Design, NYC etc.

In 2004, the South Carolina governor awarded her the Elizabeth O'Neil Verner Lifetime Achievement Award in the Arts. Jeanet received her BFA from Tulane University and her MFA from Clemson University, and her Medical Art certificate from John Hopkins University. She also studied at the NY Art Student League. She teaches at the Museum School of Art and she has taught at the SC Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities and for USC where she was an adjunct professor.