Jeanet Dreskin



Phone: 864-244-5630



Paintings by Jeanet Dreskin are in many museums and corporate collections, including: Smithsonian National Museum of American Art, The Greenville County Museum of Art, Columbia Museum of Art, Gibbes Museum of Art, SC State Art Collection, Georgia Museum of Art, Texas Art Association Collection, Imperial Chemicals (UK), J. Stroebels W. Sohne (Germany), Federal Reserve Bank, Charlotte, NC, McDonald Corp.

Solo Exhibitions: Greenville County Museum of Art, Georgia Museum of Art, Columbia Museum of Art, Lowe Gallery, (New Orleans), Clemson University, Asheville Museum of Art, Furman University and Hampton III Gallery.

Awards and Exhibitions: International Gran Prix (Cannes), ISETTE Cole Di Rome (Italy), Jehanger Gallery (Mumbai), Butler Institute of American Art (Ohio), Broome Street Gallery (NYC), National Academy of Design (NYC).

In 2004, Jeanet was honored to be the recipient of the Elizabeth O’Neil Verner Lifetime Achievement Governor’s Award in the Arts, the highest award in the state.

In South Carolina Watermedia Society exhibitions, she has received awards in 1980, 1981, 1982, 1990 and 2006. Her paintings have been included in South Carolina Watermedia Society exhibitions in 1980, 1981, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1995, 2006. In 1986 she was named an Artist Class Member.

BFA, Tulane; MFA, Clemson; NY Art Students League; Graduate certificate in Medical Art, Johns Hopkins University

President-SCWS, (1983-84)
President, Guild of South Carolina Artists (1973)
Officer and Board Member, South Carolina Arts Commission Advisory Board,
Board Member of South Carolina State Museum, Office and Board Member of South Carolina Graphics Society.

Jeanet taught painting, drawing and printmaking for many years at the Greenville County Museum School of Art and was Head of School 1967-1975. She also taught at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities and was an adjunct professor for the University of South Carolina. She led regional workshops and has been a juror for many exhibitions.

Her medical drawings and paintings appear in Williams Obstetrics by Stander, Anatomy of the Gorilla (Columbia Press), Surgery of Repair by John F. Pick (Lippencott), Surgical Anatomy by Healy and Hodge, Abbott Laboratories Pharmaceutical publications, and others.