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Jean Catherine Howard

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)


Jean Catherine Howard moved to South Florida in 1990 to work as a photo editor and photographer for The Palm Beach Post.
She began to teach after she and her husband adopted two sons and worked with the Center for Creative Education for over a decade. Jean taught art at Sacred Heart School for several years while her youngest son attended School there and she returned to CCE 1n 2018.
She earned an M.A. in Photojournalism from Ohio University and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri.
At this time Jean primarily uses watercolor in her drawings on recycled seed paper which represents a variety of life's metaphors. She continues to document mothers who have lost a son to gun violence in Palm Beach County for the Mothers Against Murderers Association.
Jean lives in West Palm Beach with her husband, Willie who is a working charter captain along with two dogs, Sophie and Boo and two cats, Max-Cat and Molly. Two sons, ages 22 and 25 float in and out of the home finding their wings.



Jean Catherine Howard

Tending to the stories in my life.

How am I tending to the enduring stories of my life?

What is my Rule of Life?

What in life moves me and why do I create art from those narratives?

My watercolor art on recycled seed paper represents images, moments and enduring stories that are metaphors life.

It has been said there are four things needed for quality living. They are love, hope, zeal and hospitality.
Today we live with multiple "over-whelming" raw fears but with effort we forge on listening to one another, meeting with one another and respecting one another.

We ask in a collective voice, "How can we protect our animals and environment?" With determination we cry out, "Can our planet be brighter, kinder, and gentler?".

We wonder, when one lonely person falls in love does the world change?

Jean Catherine Howard

Jean Catherine Howard

United States of America

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