Meet Jeanne Oliver



Jeanne Oliver grew up in rural Illinois and now resides in Castle Rock, CO. She is inspired by our personal stories, travel, and nature.
Jeanne uses art to tell her current stories and also those of growing up among gravel roads, cornfields and early life surrounded by open spaces. Through mark making, layers and mixed media, she hopes to convey that we all have a story to tell.

Jeanne is married to her dream maker, Kelly, and the mother of three funny and creative children. She homeschools her children even though she has tried to get out of it a few times. You can often find her hiking, creating in her studio and finding an excuse to have another cup of coffee. She speaks and teaches all around the country and sometimes she even gets to cross the pond. She was told that she needed to find that one thing but she doesn’t like listening to directions so she embraces many loves and that has given her a sweet mash-up of family, art, and travel. Connecting with women and sharing that each of us has been creatively made is one of her passions.

You can join Jeanne here through, her blog posts, taking an online course with her, taking an in person class with her in the US and abroad thru The Living Studio. Visit the Press page for publications and listen below for interviews.


Interviews

Creative Living with Jamie (episode 266): Interview with Jeanne Oliver

What if good enough was perfect? What if you let yourself learn along the way? That’s what artist and designer Jeanne Oliver did as she rediscovered her creative self. On this week’s podcast, Jeanne shares how she learned to trust her own gifts and stepped into creating an authentic online business with boldness and faith.

Jeanne Oliver is on episode #58 of Rising Stories Podcast

She is an amazing mix-media artist who shares some great insights for building your business. She shares her story about feeling as though she had missed her opportunity of fulfilling her life long dream. Jeanne gives us so many encouraging truths here. We also discuss how she views failure. Such a great interview you will want to listen to the very end!


Articles

Article: Embracing Imperfection in Your Artwork | May 3, 2018 Cloth Paper Scissors.