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Salt River Solitude by Jean Hildebrant
Summer Idyll by Jean Hildebrant
Awaken by Jean Hildebrant
A Light Unto My Path by Jean Hildebrant
commission by Jean Hildebrant
Al Aire Libre by Jean Hildebrant
Captivated by Jean Hildebrant
Flower Peddler by Jean Hildebrant
Devotion by Jean Hildebrant
Lipstick by Jean Hildebrant
Gold and Scarlet by Jean Hildebrant
The Birthday Gift by Jean Hildebrant
Twilight Reflection by Jean Hildebrant
Navajo Beauty by Jean Hildebrant
Jamaican Woman by Jean Hildebrant
Summer Afternoon by Jean Hildebrant
Blue by Jean Hildebrant
Little American Beauty I by Jean Hildebrant
Little American Beauty II by Jean Hildebrant
Sisters by Jean Hildebrant
Making Piki Bread by Jean Hildebrant
Autumn's Paintbrush by Jean Hildebrant
Autumn's Fire by Jean Hildebrant
Unto Us A Son Is Given by Jean Hildebrant
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About Jean Hildebrant
Born and raised in a small town in Oregon, Jean Hildebrant found herself drawn to the beauty of art at the exceptionally early age of three. With a love for art growing within, Jean spent most of her free-time drawing to develop her gift. As her personal style began to develop, she discovered that she especially enjoyed working in oil and pastel mediums. Specializing in portraits and figurative works.
As Jean continued seeking out ways to improve her talents, she attended workshops held by local artists and enrolled as an art major in the local college. As a result of her efforts, she won two scholarships to Scottsdale Artists School, based strictly on the merit of her work. She has studied with nationally known artists Albert Handell, Richard McKinley, Phil Beck, Bob Lemler, Ben Konis and Clayton J. Beck III. Artists that have influenced her work include John Singer Sargent, Joaquin Sorolla and Anders Zorn.
Jeanâ€™s favorite subject is the human soul. She desires to capture the essence and inner beauty of the human spirit through the use of light and color. She wants her paintings to speak to the emotions and spirit of each person who views them. She paints realism with the purpose of leaving an indelible impression.
Jean has exhibited and won numerous awards in local and national shows. Among these accomplishments are the Pastel Journal Magazineâ€™s 2006 â€œPastel 100â€