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Janet Laird-Lagassee, AWS, MAA, NEWS, WW - American Miniature Painter


Janet Laird-Lagassee; miniaturist Janet Laird-Lagassee works in watercolor and egg tempera creating realist images. Primarily a studio painter, her work centers on several recurring themes. Laird holds signature membership in American Watercolor Society (AWS); New England Watercolor Society (NEWS); Miniature Artists of America (MAA); North East Watercolor Society (NEWS); and Watercolor West (WW). She is a Watercolor USA Honor Society member, an Academic Artists Association Juried Member; a Miniature Painters, Sculptors, & Gravers Society of Washington, DC Juried Associate; World Federation of Miniaturists Charter Member; and a Miniature Art Society of Florida member. Laird’s work has been juried into regional, national, and international exhibitions throughout the USA, and has traveled to exhibitions in Canada, England, Bangladesh, Japan, Australia, and Russia. Her work has earned wide recognition through numerous awards.

miniature painting: Night and Day
"Night and Day"
3.125 x 5.125ins (7.94 x 13.02cm)
Watercolor on paper
Miniature painting: A Gentleman’s Table
"A Gentleman’s Table"
5 x 3.25ins (12.7 x 8.26cm)
Watercolor on paper
miniature painting: Power and Strength, Schodic
"Power and Strength, Schodic"
3 x 5.125ins (7.62 x 13.02cm)
Watercolor on paper
Miniature painting: Apples On A Table
"Apples On A Table"
2.375 x 3.375ins (6.03 x 8.57cm)
Watercolor on paper
Miniature painting: Time’s Passage
"Time’s Passage"
5 x 5 ins (12.7 x 12.7cm)
Watercolor on Aquaboard
miniature painting: Matchless
"Matchless"
3 x 5ins (7.62 x 12.7cm)
Watercolor on paper

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