Janet Mishner maintains an art studio and resides in Sarasota, Florida. She is an award winning painter, who has participated in group shows as well as solo exhibitions. Awards include First Place in Florida Artists Group Regional Show in Big arts gallery, Sanibel Island and Second Place in the national exhibition in San Diego of the Women Caucus for Art. Her work is in both private and corporate collections, as well as internationally in the United States Embassy in Manila.

Janet taught art in Baltimore City Public Schools and was a docent for the Baltimore Museum of Art before moving to Florida. She continues to create original abstract acrylic and mixed media works on canvas, and is currently represented at Art Uptown Gallery in Sarasota, Florida.

The Beatles prints were inspired by my feeling that they were the greatest band of musicians in my lifetime and still are my favorite. Their songs take me back to past memories. They are meant to evoke a nostalgia for happy times.

Needless to say I am a dog lover. Sometimes I feel dogs can be more perceptive and better companions than people. They express constant unconditional love and listen to everything you say without argument. My dogs often listened but took the time to decide whether they would actually follow my direction. My dogs have always had one job in life. To be loved and spoiled. And I know many people who have dogs “employed” in that same “position!”

NOTORIOUS WIP: Women in Power
WE celebrate ourselves. WE love our craziest friends. AND we don’t back down!