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After The Storm Juried Into Kent Art Assoc. Presidents Show

Clinton, CT - August 30th, 2010

The Kent Art Association President's Show is on display until September 6th.

Morning Stillness Juried Into Three Shows

Clinton, CT - August 30th, 2010

I'm pleased to announce that Morning Stillness was juried into the Madison Art Society Annual Juried Show, the Connecticut Academy of Fine Art Juried Show and the Kent Art Association President's Show this summer, 2010.

Jan Blencowes New Book Painting Nature

Clinton, CT - November 23rd, 2008

I am happy to announce that my new book, Painting Nature is now available just in time for Holiday gift giving! This beautiful 'coffee table" book features thirty-one luminous landscapes for you to enjoy. The hard cover edition has two additional paintings and inspirational text on the glossy dust jacket. A soft cover edition is also available. I already have my proof copy and can't tell you how pleased I am with the richness of the color reproductions, the beautiful paper and print quality. Use the website link to see a 15 page preview of the book and to purchase. Enjoy! www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/414603

Selected For The PaintAmerica MiniTop50

Clinton, CT - April 3rd, 2008

The 2007 PaintAmerica MiniTop50 Competition has selected my painting reflections in the Marsh to represent the state of Connecticut in it's exhibit this year. This exhibit features one mini size painting representing every state in the union. The collection is touring the country for the next year.

Jan Blencowe Receives First Place Award

Clinton, CT - April 29th, 2007

Jan Blencowe's painting "Backlit Trees" was awarded First Place in the Madison Art Socities 32nd annual state wide juried art exhibition. The piece is one of her daily paintings featured on her popular blog The Painting a Day Project.