How many exhibition works:
- 20 - 29
Artist Jeanne Neal creates vibrant, high energy work conveying the synchronicity of the refined with the playful in her upcoming solo exhibition, ‘Seriously Silly’. Taking various avenues to express her concepts, Neal employs contrasting methods of both non-objective and more figurative styles to juxtapose the serious elements and the lighthearted devices. Dark shapes and heavy black markings forcibly press against each other while they seemingly endeavor to escape the pictorial plane. Engaging, and vibrant shapes deliver comparison and balance between the darker tones, diffusing tension and offering a lighter context. However, Neal does not aim to construct a perfect balance in her work, just as in life.
Born and raised in Dallas, TX, I attended Texas Christian University, receiving a B.A. in Art History in 1974. I have been creating works of art and studying with Bonny Leibowitz for the past several years. I have also enjoyed and learned much from classes and consultations with Michael O’Keefe.
1501 S. Ervay Street
Dallas, TX 75215