Janice Drevitson

Janice Anne Drevitson began her studies in Gloucester and Boston, Massachusetts at the St. Botolph Street Studios while still in high school, winning her first award in 1964. She attended Vesper George School of Art, and after moving to Vermont Janice continued to study painting under the guidance of her nationally known husband, Neil Drevitson. Janice has been privileged to be associated with such distinguished artists as Robert Douglas Hunter, Aldro Hibbard, Jack Callahan and Don Stone. Painting primarily still-lifes in the Boston School tradition. Janice’s work is becoming widely recognized throughout New England. Working in the sight-size method , and only in natural light, her work has attracted an eager group of prominent collectors.

Janice Drevitson’s paintings have garnered many awards in national competitions and have been featured in books (The Best of Pastel [Rockport Publishers], Encyclopedia of Flower Painting) and magazines (The Pastel Journal 100, Finalist, 2000 & 2003). She is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, the Connecticut Pastel Society, the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod, and the Knickerbocker Artists-USA..

Please email Janice Drevitson if you would like more information about any of the works depicted in her website gallery.

Email: FoxGalry@aol.com
Website: http://www.thefoxgallery.com

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