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A Slice of Isaac Bryd Park by Jan Bennicoff
Croatia Landscape by Jan Bennicoff
Elephant Sanctuary Ching Mai Thailand by Jan Bennicoff
Florida Cypress Grove by Jan Bennicoff
Thailand Paradise by Jan Bennicoff
Symphony of the Trees by Jan Bennicoff
Orchids in Bangkok by Jan Bennicoff
Lakeside Shadows by Jan Bennicoff
Great Outdoors by Jan Bennicoff
RamsHead Goldfish by Jan Bennicoff
Flowers of the 60's by Jan Bennicoff
Winter Pansies by Jan Bennicoff
Spirals Two by Jan Bennicoff
Camp Helen State Park by Jan Bennicoff
Looking out over the Water by Jan Bennicoff
Florida Reflections by Jan Bennicoff
My Florida Neighborhood Again by Jan Bennicoff
Birdbath Hydrangeas by Jan Bennicoff
Hibiscus in Miniature by Jan Bennicoff
Pink Hydrangea by Jan Bennicoff
Lemon in the Making by Jan Bennicoff
Backlit Birches by Jan Bennicoff
Canmore National Park by Jan Bennicoff
Three Sisters by Jan Bennicoff
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About Jan Bennicoff
Jan Bennicoff, artist, writer, and classically trained soprano, received a B.A. in drawing and painting from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Her work focuses on watercolor, egg tempera, oils, alkyds, artist trading cards, and wire wrapped and beaded jewelry. Well rounded in the arts, she also has a B.M. in vocal education from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point as well as graduate credits in vocal performance from the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Bennicoff got her start writing and illustrating for the Outpost Exchange, a natural food publication in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
After moving to New Hampshire, the Nashua Telegraph, the southwestern New Hampshire newspaper, utilized her talents as a writer, photographer and artist. Bennicoff wrote and illustrated a weekly food column as well as a cookbook review and who's who column.
As a critic, her byline appeared on weekly music, dance and theatre previews and reviews. Bennicoff wrote and illustrated for Today's Woman Magazine in Springfield, MO. for three years.
In June of 2009 she moved to Lynn Haven, Florida.
Jan presently teaches drawing and watercolor at the Panama City Center for the Arts. in Panama City, Florida. She was a member of the Springfield Visual Arts Alliance for 10 years, wearing many hats-writing their newsletter, and serving as exhibits director and president.
She is a member of the St. Andrews Ukulele Orchestra.