Jeanne began her art career on her Mother's lap, drawing on a piece of cloth with crayons for a child's cloth book that was stitched together by her Mother.
Decades later she continues to paint abstracts, still life, and landscapes in oils, acrylics, and digitally, using software on computers and tablets.
Being the daughter of an astronomer, many of her abstracts reflect a concept of the cosmos that fascinated her father, Dr. Robert R. Brownlee. She also uses metal leafing to enhance her artwork, bringing the dimension of light into a painting.
She has taught in-person and online painting classes for many years to students across the United States, Canada, and Japan. Her classes on digital art are sought after, as she teaches how to use technology as an art tool geared toward the traditional artist.
Her art also resides in the Blair House on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC. One of the thrills of her lifetime was the invitation to tour Blair House and see her artwork displayed there.
Jeanne lives in Loveland, Colorado, where she enjoys the seasonal changes, sun-filled days and painting the beauty around her.