Women Artists

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Jack, Mabel Wellington
Jackson, Julia
Jackson, Kay
Jackson, Mary
Jackson, Sarah
Jacobi, Lotte
Jacobs, Ferne
Jacobson, Janel
Jacquette, Yvonne

Yvonne Jacquette studied at the Rhode Island School of Design from 1952 to 1956. She taught at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia in 1972 and was a visiting artist and painting instructor at the University of Pennsylvania from 1972 to 1976 and again from 1979 to 1982.

James, Laurace
Jamieson, Gale
Jaques, Bertha E.

Jaques was already a respected printmaker when she began making cyanotype photograms of wildflowers. An active member of the Wild Flower Preservation Society, she created over a thousand of these botanical images.

Jeakins, Dorothy

Christo: American Bulgarian-born Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, June 13, Gabrovo, of a Bulgarian industrialist family.

Jemne, Elsa
Jennewein, Mimi
Jensen, Judy
Jervis, Margie
John, Marian
Johnson, Buffie
Johnson, Johnnie
Johnson, Lois M.
Johnston, Ynez
Jonas, Joan
Jones-Hogu, Barbara Jean
Jones, Amy
Jones, Elizabeth Orton
Jones, Lizzie C.
Jones, Loïs Mailou
Joy, Christine
Joy, Josephine

Josephine Hiett Joy was born near Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, in 1869 and soon thereafter her family moved to Peoria, Illinois. After an early marriage that ended in divorce, she went to Chicago and subsequently married Frank Joy.

Junker, Holley
Jurs, Nancy

Trained in traditional pottery at Rochester, New York's School for American Craftsmen, Nancy Jurs spent the first fifteen years of her artistic career creating functional raku works.