Jean is a native of Massachusetts and retired Accountant; she has called Tampa Bay her home since 1978. She is an award winning artist who works in oils, acrylics, watercolor, colored pencil, pen and ink and mixed media.
To further enhance her artistic journey, Jean has taken art courses at St. Petersburg College and continues to take classes at Dunedin Fine Art Center, Ringling’s Long Boat Key Center for the Arts, The Beach Art Center and various workshops from local artist as well as nationally known artist such as David A. Leffel.
As an artist, Jean challenges herself by always exploring and trying new techniques. Jean’s goal is to set free her inner voice and vision through paint on paper, board and canvas. She hopes her work interprets how alive it makes her feel. Hopefully, her work will touch others as well.
Jean works out of her home studio in Belleair, Florida
Jean is a member of TESA (The Exhibiting Society of Artist) the prestigious art organization of the Gulf Coast, PAVA (Professional Association of Visual Artist), Pinellas Park Art Society, Suntan Art Center, Florida Watercolor Society, ISAP-FL (International Society of Acrylic Painters-FL), CAG (Creative Artists Guild), DAC (Dunedin Art Center), The Colored Pencil Society of America, Beach Art Center, The Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art and The Fine Arts Society.
Jean Rascher joined Fine Art America on February 19th, 2012.