Janice Stevens Botsford – Artist Profile

'Mountain View', mixed media

‘Mountain View’, mixed media

Janice’s award winning work encompasses a wide variety of subject matter and media.  She enjoys using vivid colors, has an intuitive, expressive style and is often attracted to complex, reality-based, organic forms.

Inspired by the challenge of communicating ideas, thoughts and feelings through art, she attempts to engage the viewer in a dialogue of discovery.

Time stands still as Janice gets lost in the adventure of creating. An optimist, she says: “life is forever inspiring; there is always something challenging around the corner.”

Janice has won awards from the Michigan Watercolor Society and the Ann Arbor Women Artists. In 1994 she was commissioned by the United Nations Association to do a collage commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the UN. She has worked on several Chelsea community arts projects including the mosaic sculpture Pathway to Renewal, completed in 2003. Her work has been accepted into juried shows locally and state wide, and can be found in private and international collections.

Janice has taught a number of art workshops and is professionally associated with the Chelsea Painters and the Ann Arbor Women Artists. Please contact her if you are interested in seeing more of her work.

Email:   jsbotsfo@umich.edu

Or see her blog:    www.janicestevensbotsford.com

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One response to “Janice Stevens Botsford – Artist Profile”

  1. Hi Janice-
    I liked your Evening Light painting at the Chelsea Art Fair this past weekend. Is there a way I can see some more of your work, or find if you have sold that one and what the dimensions were? I am looking to provide art for a client’s office and think that one could work nicely.
    Kitty Golding

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