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Sale price$1,650.00 USD
Artist: Jeanne McIntosh Rietzke
Dimension: 24" x 30"
Certification of Authenticity: Apricus Art Collection
Signature: Signed by Artist



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Originally from Charleston, SC, Jeanne McIntosh Rietzke holds a BA in Fine Art from the University of South Carolina, Columbia. Jeanne developed her colorful, coastal, and marine-themed painting style in college. In her 30+ years as an artist, Jeanne’s paintings have sold nationally and internationally. She has won over 20 awards, been accepted into dozens of juried shows, and featured in national and international publications. Preferring the fluidity of watercolor paints, Jeanne’s works are easily recognizable by her creative use of watermarks, intense colors, and unique perspectives. Jeanne has also been known to paint in mixed water media, including acrylic paint and inks. You will also see landscapes, abstracts, and waterscapes in her portfolio. 

February 24, 2022, her first children’s books were published. Jeanne has written and illustrated a series entitled Caroline, The Painted Turtle. Both books were awarded first place in The BookFest Awards Fall 2022 in children’s fiction for Diversity and Multicultural and Social Themes.

Artist Statement

“I believe being creative is a wide band of energy that can lead a human to express an unseen vision. Your art should be your truth, no matter what that is for you. I love the process of creating my art. I see something in the world, capture it in that moment, and then bring it back to life in my studio. My goal is to relay that moment back to the viewer with my unique perspective.”

Elevator Pitch

I capture my inspiration through the lens of a camera. I then use the photos that have captured a specific moment to inspire my paintings. I love unique perspectives and things other people may not have noticed. I use a water-based medium, primarily watercolor on paper, but I also paint with acrylics, acrylic inks, and acrylic on canvas. My subject matter may be anything in nature. My style ranges from impressionistic realism to complete abstract.