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Jeannie Yovetich Burham

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Jeannie Yovetich Burham 
I am painter, horseback rider and a fair to middling piano player. I have always been an artist—I sold my first blue ribbon, award-winning painting when I was about 13 years old at the Missoula County Fair in western Montana. I don’t aspire to the phrase Less is More. To me, More is More (and sometimes not enough). I want to entice all the senses with my artwork by combining unexpected colors, flattening space, utilizing interesting patterns and manipulating paint into textures. Using a mishmash of tools, found objects and invented applicators, I illustrate personal stories in a variety of media: acrylics, oils, encaustic, latex exterior house paint, spray enamel, charcoal, colored pencil, coffee and bleach. I also participate in Big Projects:...


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Camano Island, WA 98282
United States


encaustic 9 items
sew & sew Sock Monkeys, Mermaids and Scarves, Oh MY!


Pets on Parade IV
January 9 — February 6 Schack Art Center, 2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, Washington This exhibit is a playful tribute to pets through the eyes of the artists who love them. Leashes, collars, beds, toys and food will be collected during the exhibit to benefit N.O.A.H. and the Everett Animal Shelter.

White on White
Acrylics, latex house paint, dimensional paint, acrylic molding paste... All combined to create levels of texture and pattern for a simple white painting. Sometimes less is more.

Edmonds Arts Festival 2012
On Father’s Day Weekend, over 50,000 art-lovers from the greater King and Snohomish counties and beyond will attend the popular free three-day Edmonds Arts Festival. One of the Pacific Northwest’s oldest and largest arts festivals— offering a rich array of visual and performing arts and art events in a stunning natural setting.

Signs of Spring
Enough with the rain and gray and cold, windy weather! The tulips are hardly peeking out of the ground, the trees are barely opening their fresh, bright green leaves, the birds are padding their nests with fur and feathers and the gray whales nowhere to be found. (At least I haven't seen them yet). Driving north on West Camano Drive, I see a bright pink glow.

At the entry to Camano Island State Park—not a sign we expected to see. We were not able to go down the stairs to the beach today. Tsunami warning.

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