Strathcona's 1st "Saturday Art Crawl"
Jeanne is participating in Strathcona's first "Saturday Art Crawl" taking place on Saturday March 6th. Her studio will be open for visits between 11 am and 3 pm. A limit of four visitors at a time, masks required. Come in, (re)connect and vbiew recent work. Jeanne will be onsite.
Jeanne's New Studio
Jeanne’s studio has moved to 604 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Visits by appointment, to arrange a time, please connect with the artist (E: firstname.lastname@example.org, P: 604 434 1367 / 604 358 6965)
Jeanne’s painting game, ‘Artropology’ is out and for sale. With this game, based on the elements of art and principles of design, you can have endless fun with friends, family, or in the classroom! $ 50 (+GST)
BC Cultural Days
Collage of different visitors on BC Culture Days 2019, taking pictures with Jeanne’s painting cover-ups.
Jeanne's accessory designs which feature paintings printed on scarves, leggings, tops and pillows have won a competition and will be sold through Lord & Taylor, NYC.
The collection will be launched in Manhattan this fall. The competition was organized by VIDA a US contractor that works with artists worldwide to print and sell unique fashion art and decor items.
Check it out: http://www.shopvida.com/collections/jeanne-krabbendam
Dutch River Art Adventure
Jeanne is looking back on many years of fantastic weeks, touring with groups of artists and art lovers through her home country, on board of ship Josefien. Sailing for 12 days at the time through the green heart of Holland. The artist guided between 2004 and 2019 many successful tours along the Dutch museums and galleries, while teaching and painting on board. Many of her students came home with new inspiration and fresh painting ideas for their future art practice.
Check out the article at Travel with Challengeweb magazine www.travelwithachallenge.com .
Award of Excellence
BC Art Teachers' Association
Jeanne Krabbendam was name the 2016 recipient of the "Post-Secondary Award for Excellence" in the teach of Visual Arts.
Jeanne was noted for her teaching experience at a variety of post-secondary art institutions and outstanding work in the community, including Coast Mental Health Resource Centre in Vancouver.