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Janet Wilson

Janet Wilson

she / her
Seattle, United States


Janet Wilson was born in Washington State and currently lives in Seattle. She has a business and technical education background and had a career in higher education and software technology before shifting her time and energy primarily to painting and another passion, gardening. Janet’s love of nature is reflected in most of her paintings.

Janet’s work has been featured in numerous shows including with Agora Gallery in New York, 2014 and 2015 where she received the Award of Excellence in the 30th Annual Chelsea International Fine Art Competition in New York. She has shown in local galleries and art shows including The Carrot Revolution Art Company shows from 2014 through 2017, The AN/T Gallery shows in 2018 and 2019, the Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) in 2017, Madison Park and Phinney Ridge Art Walks from 2013 through 2019, Gallery 4500, and the Emerald City Art Collective since 2018. Solo shows include the Phinney Ridge Community Center and Gallery 2022, Hammie Salon Gallery Georgetown 2017, Madison Park Art Walks, the Microsoft Employee Juried Show 2017, and more. Janet is a member of The Emerald City Art Collective and American Women Artists.

Artist Statement

Janet is a self-taught painter who began working in fine art as an adult. The inspiration for her paintings comes from many sources. Often it is from a photo of a particular scene to which she was attracted or with abstracts, it is often a focus on how the paint reacts or what it can show her when mixed or used in various ways. Her paintings are also influenced by other artists and mentors whose work she admires. Janet enjoys thinking about composition, light, and the feeling it evokes in a particular place and time.
As with most artists, Janet believes that painting teaches her a great deal about herself – what she is feeling and trying to achieve at a moment in time. Janet does not focus on only one technique or subject matter. She hopes her work portrays a need and curiosity for continuous learning and transition as an artist.

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