Jeanie Coy Auseon, Ph.D.
in her Delene Studio
I have made art in one-way- or-another my entire life. Art-making challenges me to stretch my boundaries and brings me joy. For many years, I was an art teacher and advocate for Fine Arts programs in K-12 education. Teaching and advocacy were the artforms in which I invested my creativity, time, and energy during those years.
In retirement I’ve “come home” to my personal art-making. I currently experiment with liquid media and collage on silk and canvas; my work has evolved from realistic to multi-layered abstract images. I seek to communicate universal themes and personal reflections in artistic ways. My studio is named "Delene" Studio after my parents, Dean and Arlene Coy; forever in my heart and art.