Artist Jeny McCullough

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Jeny has been painting for most of her life. She started painting with oil and then moved to watercolor. She now regularly moves from water to oil depending on the subject and her mood.
For several years she painted on ladders while painting theater sets and faux painting homes. The use of large brushes in these large spaces taught her much about perspective and color. Jeny has lived in beautiful places, and these surroundings have etched pictures and memories that she enjoys translating on canvas or paper.
Jeny has been an exhibiting member of the Pokanoket Painters, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Charleston Artists Guild, Mount Pleasant Artist Guild, the New Jersey Water Color Society and the Charleston Art Market. She is also a member of the South Carolina Water Color Society.
Jeny spent her childhood years in Ware Shoals, South Carolina. She then moved from S.C. to Texas, California and then she and her husband raised their 4 children in Sherborn, Massachusetts. As fate and a lifetime dream came true she and her husband have retired in the beautiful low country of South Carolina.
Jeny has been fortunate to surround herself with wonderful fellow artists. Some of her mentors and teachers are Nancy Howell, Fredricka Feichter, Stanley Clark, Tom Lynch, Mel Stabin, Albert J. Boss, Dee Beard Dean, Mark Horton, Bill Davidson, Laurie Meyer, Kyle Stuckey, Larry Moore, and Joyce Hall.Painting has provided Jeny great friendships with a common interest, enjoyment, and the need to slow down, observe, and absorb the beauty that surrounds us all.

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