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Bryan Memorial Gallery

Vermont Arts Council

Vermont Watercolor Society

Artist Robert J O'Brien

Brandon Artists Guild


Jean Cannon is an artist, illustrator, and art educator living in Burlington, Vermont. She has been drawing and painting since childhood and has exhibited her work widely over the past ten years in Vermont, Connecticut and New York. Her paintings range in size from miniatures to large murals and theater backdrops. She enjoys collaborative projects and commissions as much as she does working on her own.
      Some of Jean's major pieces can be seen at two upcoming venues: The Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival  at the Elley Long music Center on the campus of St. Michael's College August 22-30, 2015 ( and at the Barre Opera House for the month of September in conjuction with the opening of David Budbill's newest work, "A Fleeting Animal" (


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Artist Statement
"I am experienced in a variety of media. My work travels back and forth through personal interpretations of the natural world to curious statements from the subconscious. In terms of the landscape or interior, I tend to favor the close-up view or the odd angle.

I also paint from my imagination, synthesizing images from memory or making a stab at the profound, the mysterious, the ethereal,  These paintings often express the intertwining or interconnectedness of people and the natural environment.

I do paint recognizable, representational images, but I don't consider myself to be a "realist". Even when I work directly from the living image, my paintings retain ambiguity and playfulness of color."