Artist Deanna Jaugstetter

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Deanna Jaugstetter Fine Art Bio
Raised in a creative environment, I observed family members using their hands to create beautiful things or beautiful music. Arranging flowers from Mom's garden or helping prepare vegetables from the family garden gave me a fascination with colors, shapes, and textures found in nature. Things found in nature spark ideas for many of my paintings. 
A dedicated artist who enjoys using a variety of media, I have found the most suitable mediums for my work are oil, watercolor, and acrylic. I often combine the mediums to create a variety of textures on the canvas or paper. Saturated color,transparent washes next to  0paque areas on the canvas integrates my background in watercolor with the current use of acrylic painting mediuj.  I have been told that the colors in my work make people happy! A variety of painting mediums, a bucket of  tools to apply paint, and a lot of energy go into my paintings. I  incorporate new ideas into my former technique so that my paintings feel fresh and intuitive! Take a look, revisit when you can! There are some exciting paintings for you to enjoy! 
American Impressionists Society
Georgia Watercolor Society
Atlanta Artists Center

Recently I moved into a home with arched doorways that has a bit of a European feel. I felt a need for artwork to compliment it. My dining room décor was a bit challenging, but I remembered that some of Deanna Jaugsetter’s work had an Italian flair. After looking at her artwork, I found an original oil painting that is perfect, Calcatta Afternoon. Deanna captured the essence of this small village of artists, and daily I’m delighted with its beauty.
Nancy Hull
I never started out to collect art. As a matter of fact, I knew very little about good art. So how do you ask I have I become [...]

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