About the Artist
As a native Kansan, Jodine Broscovk encountered the beauty of Colorado many years ago and has claimed it as her home ever since, first living in the Denver area; and then, more recently moving to the western slope near the spectacular San Juan Mountains.
In the beginning, during the early 70's, Jodine participated in her first sidewalk exhibit and the rest has become history.
She graduated from the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver and subsequently was invited by the school to serve as its watercolor instructor in the adult education program which continued over a period of years. Teaching also included classes through Guiry's Art Supply as well as private instruction.
Although trained in advertising and graphic design, she developed many art projects using a variety of mediums along the way, but her passion continues to lie in watercolor painting. Jodine's love for watercolor grew and was nurtured by many master painters through their workshops, some of whom are Morris Shubin, Jade Fon, Millard Sheets, Jane Burnham, Gerald Brommer, Tony Van Hasseldt, Tony Couch. Sadly, some of them from earlier days are no longer with us. By their inspiration Jodine's painting approach was born; an awareness was developed through observation of the many sky parts and bits of land and water as they fall into place, a kaleidescope of ever changing mood and color.
Jodine's art career has spanned nearly forty years of juried shows, galleries, salons, and private commissions. Her award winning watercolors have found their places in private and corporate collections from coast to coast and beyond.
Since relocating to Montrose, Colorado, she has created a series of studio painting classes where she continues to lead students through the "happy accidents" and adventures of watercolor.