Self-taught American landscape painter Joellyn T. Duesberry (1944-2016) painted all over the world, with a focus on plein air works made in the northeast and southwest/western U.S., as well as Italy and France. Joellyn also made monotypes, often collaging her own torn prints into the work to experiment with abstraction and help design larger studio paintings.
Joellyn’s work is featured in the Denver Art Museum, the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smith College Museum of Art, Yale University Art Gallery, Jundt Art Museum at Gonzaga University, and other institutions, as well as non-profit organizations such as The Nature Conservancy. Her paintings have been acquired by numerous corporate and private curators and collectors.
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