About Janine Wesselmann
Janine Wesselmann is known globally for her parodies of European and American life and has been listed in “Who’s Who in the World” and “Who’s Who of American Women” since 1983.
Born in New York, and growing up in the State Department milieu, she began painting at age six and spent her formative years in locales as exotic and diverse as Morocco, Iran, Kenya, France, Ecuador, and Haiti. The color and drama of camel caravans, villages, as well as the cafés and soirées in Paris, were her inspiration. The contrast of moving among different social spheres and political arenas imbues her paintings.
Janine Wesselmann is an impressionist painter with a variety of painting types. View her work.
Janine’s work is currently being displayed all over the world.
Painting classes are a great way to learn from Janine – her classes can be taken as a one-off or on a regular basis.
She currently teaches two types of classes
For specialized one-on-one artistic development.
Have a few friends that want to learn to paint together? Want to be in a group setting? These classes are limited to 10 painters.