Fine Art by Jeanine Rivard Malaney
The Jeremiah Tree
The Jeremiah Tree is a spiritual journey through time and space in the Christian cosmos.
A unique collaboration of poetry and painting, this book is an artistic dialogue on two levels - both in the two media and in conversations between the artists.
Take this journey of deepening faith and discover the subtle and hidden dimensions of beauty, love, and truth that this work seeks to reveal.
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List of Poems
List of Paintings
|The Tenderness of Jeremiah
Hagar at the Well
Elizabeth and Mary
The Dreams of Joseph
The Bamboo Grove
St. Ann's Knowing
Christ's Sorrow at the Beheading of John the Baptist
Woman of Avila
Caterina and Teresa
Anne Hutchinson in America
Woman on Antarctica
Bird of the Wind
Light Lifts the Darkness
Daughters of Beijing
Aspen and Pine
Old and Wise
* Inspiration courtesy of NASA/ESA/Hubble
Nina Carey Tassi received her doctorate in English literature from Fordham University, then launched her career in university administration and teaching in Maryland and New York. As a professor of English, she has taught literature, creative writing, and journalism as well as designed a master's degree program in creative writing. During several years when she worked as a prize-winning journalist, her book Urgency Addiction was published andtranslated into Chinese. Now serving as a consultant in international programs, she has traveled extensively and often finds poetic inspiration in her travels. Her poetry appears regularly in The Penwood Review and other journals. Her forthcoming book, Antarctic Visions, is a collaborative work of poetry and photography, the fruit of her recent expedition to Antarctica.
Jeanine Rivard Malaney studied art in college while earning her bachelor's degree in theoretical mathematics from Indiana University. She retired early from a career in aerospace to pursue her passion for art. Jeanine creates with watercolors, oils, and fabric. She has taught several classes on her techniques and published two illustrated books. She has exhibited throughout Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado since 2004. Jeanine is currently represented by: Wild Spirit Gallery of Pagosa Springs, Colorado; Silver Linings of Ouray, Colorado; and Kookoolan Winery of Yamhill, Oregon.