About

JANE RICHLOVSKY

I’m a painter and art educator. I teach graduate students, people who have never picked up a pencil, art school refugees who haven’t picked up a pencil in twenty years, theatrical designers, actors, carpenters, architects, musicians, stay-at-home parents, senior citizens, teenagers, bureaucrats, and engineers.

Whatever the student profile or educational environment, I strive to change people’s perceptions of their everyday visual reality, to impart useful and practical information, and help each person figure out how to use the information to pursue their own passion.

I am a lecturer in the Graduate Design Program at the University of Washington School of Drama and an Adjunct Instructor at Cornish College of the Arts. I’ve taught numerous painting, drawing, and multidisciplinary classes at Pratt Fine Arts Center, Gage Academy, Seattle Center Academy, Kirkland Arts Center, Bellevue Art Museum and the Museum of Northwest Art. I also organize private classes in my studio and beyond, and offer one-on-one mentoring and critiques.

My paintings can be viewed at janerichlovsky.com

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One comment

  1. Here’s the thing about Jane, she teaches you how to be the artist that YOU are. She some how knows how to tell you just enough and not too much- so that you can insert your interpretation. I have been taking classes from Jane since 2009 and consider her my go-to for my art education. You can never stop learning art, she can meet you where you are at in your journey. She is not snooty, and she knows and appreciates all forms of expression. The best part is her knew Pioneer Sq, Studio and the music she plays while we work- and her joyful manner.

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