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About Jean Diver

Jean Diver Jean Evans Diver, a native of Greenville, Delaware, has been painting for over 30 years.

Diver has exhibited extensively in galleries from New York to Florida, and her paintings are exhibited in private and corporate collections in the United States and Europe.

At the age of 25, Diver's work was selected for a group exhibit of Sport in Art at the Woodmere Art Museum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Over the years, Diver has completed a series of paintings on the Delaware Symphony, The Delaware Russian Ballet, and the various horseracing and carriaging scenes of Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Diver has been published in magazines, newspapers, Artists of Chester County and 100 Artists of the Brandywine in 2010.  In 2000, one of her abstract pieces was exhibited in a private collection at The Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware. Diver was recently selected as poster artist for the Winterthur Museum Point-to-Point Steeplechase Event this 2010, following her sold edition in the year 2000.

Diver holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, PA, She has studied oil painting at The Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, D.C., with master painters Bill Neumann, Gene Davis, Sarah Tuft.

Diver has studied painting with Tom Bostelle, Bart Wasserman, Eo Omwak, Bill Ewing, Janet Hammond,and Bo Bartlet.

During her years at the Corcoran College of Art and Design under the direction of master painters William Neuman and Sarah Tuft, she first learned a photorealism underpainting technique in oil. Later combining this photorealism method with a French underpainting process, she was able to develop her own personal style for oil painting.

Paintings by the students of Howard Pyle have all been a great influence on her, especially those by N.C. Wyeth and Frank Schoonover. She tries to convey the same sense of color and light, striving to create the luminous glow that she loves about their work.

In 2011, Diver attended at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Masters of Fine Art program, where she studied with Eileen Neff.