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BoldBrush Recommends: Jean Hildebrant
JEAN'S FAVORITE SUBJECT IS THE HUMAN SOUL. SHE DESIRES TO CAPTURE THE ESSENCE AND INNER BEAUTY OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT THROUGH THE USE OF LIGHT AND COLOR.
Jean is an award-winning Arizonan with an established national reputation. Her oils and pastel works have been featured in many respected publications (North Light Books, National Geographic, and Pastel Journal Magazine, for example.) Her paintings consistently garner recognition in local, national and international art shows. She has studied with some of America's foremost artists at the renowned Scottsdale Artists School.
Born and raised in a small town in Oregon, Jean Hildebrant found herself drawn to the beauty of art at the exceptionally early age of three. With a love for art growing within, Jean spent most of her free-time drawing to develop her gift. As her personal style began to develop, she discovered that she especially enjoyed working in oil and pastel mediums. As Jean continued seeking out ways to improve her talents, she attended workshops held by local artists and enrolled as an art major in the local college. As a result of her efforts, she won two scholarships to Scottsdale Artists School, based strictly on the merit of her work.
She has studied with nationally known artists Albert Handell, Richard McKinley, Phil Beck, Robert Lemler, Michael Malm, Susan Lyon, Johanna Harmon, Suchitra Bohsle and Clayton J. Beck 111. Artists that have influenced her work include John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla and Anders Zorn. Jean's favorite subject is the human soul. Specializing in portraits and figurative works, she desires to capture the essence and inner beauty of the human spirit through the use of light and color. She wants her paintings to speak to the emotions and spirit of each person who views them. She paints realism with the purpose of leaving an indelible impression. Jean has exhibited and won numerous awards in local and national shows.
Among these accomplishments are the Pastel Journal Magazine's 2006 "Pastel 100" competition placing first in the portrait/figure category; the Pastel Society of America's National Annual Exhibition, New York, NY ( B. & V. Giffuni Purchase Award); Pastel Society of America's Master Pastelist and Award Winner Exhibition, Kentucky; Pastel Society of Oregon National Annual Juried Show, Purchase Award and First Place Award; Pastel Society of the West Coast Juried Exhibition, California; Don Ruffin Memorial Exhibition, Phoenix, AZ receiving the Paradise Valley Community College Purchase Award and the Award of Merit and Arizona Artists Guild Juried Exhibitions receiving numerous awards. She received several Best of Shows in Arizona Pastel Artists Association Exhibitions among other awards and Best of show in Portrait Society of Arizona. exhibition as well as other awards. She is a charter member of the Pastel Society of Oregon and past Exhibition Chairman, a juried member of the Arizona Artists Guild and a member of the Fellowship of Christians in Portraiture. Her work is found in private, public and corporate collections and has been published by National Geographic Children's Books and North Light Publications. She now resides in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband, Michael.
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