Artist Renee Faure

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 Renee Faure is a native of Manhattan who grew up surrounded by art and artists. Her grandfather was the prominent American Impressionist, Edmund W. Greacen, her mother, Nan Greacen Faure, a successful New York painter, and her Aunt, Ruth Nickerson, a well known sculptor. Beyond the education she received growing up in a family of artists and their contemporaries, Renee studied under George Grosz at the Arts Students League and Mario Cooper at National Academy of Design in NYC. She also spent two years at the Boston Museum School of Art and another year working in the printmaking department at San Diego State College with Paul Lundgren and Marta Palau.
Throughout her 50 year career in art herself, Renee successfully balanced commercial illustration with gallery art and found her versatility challenged by the diverse commissions that came to her from a 10'X16' mural depicting the history of Florida on the convex wall of the FL State Senate Chamber Gallery to delicate dinnerware illustrations for the German porcelain company, Villeroy and Boch. 
French  countryside, tropical scenes, and autumnal landscapes have been dominate themes for her gallery art although she is recognized for her sensitive figurative and portrait work as well.
Faure is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society, the Florida Watercolor Society and associate member of the National Academy of Design. She has exhibited nationally with the National Watercolor Society, The National Society of Illustrators, The Southern Watercolor Society and the Florida Watercolor Society and locally with Gallery Contemporanea, Fairfax Gallery and the Jacksonville Art Museum, the Gateway Art Gallery Palm Beach, Le Moyne Art Center Tallahassee, Wilson Center for the Arts, UNF Art Gallery, Ponte Vedra Cultural Center and others in Jacksonville, FL.
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