Assistant Professor in Residence, and Director, Alexey von Schlippe Gallery
Jeanne Ciravolo is a mixed media artist whose figurative paintings and textiles explore family narratives. Her work has been exhibited nationally in galleries and museums including The Butler Institute of American Art, OH; the Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT; Coral Springs Museum, Coral Springs, FL; and AREA Code Art Fair, Boston, MA. She has been awarded residencies at the Hambidge Center, Kimmel Harding Nelson, and the Anderson Center for interdisciplinary Studies. Publications of her work include Manifest International Drawing Annual 15, Manifest International Painting Annual 10, and Rejoinder, a publication of the Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University, in partnership with the Feminist Art Project. In 2020 she received the Walter Feldman Fellowship, juried by Ellen Tani, Assistant Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston.
Her commissioned portraits can be found in the collections of the State of Connecticut Appellate and Superior Courts.
For more information about Jeanne, visit https://www.ciravolo.com