Janet Trisler

Syracuse National
Cleveland May Show
McNay Museum
West Valley Art Museum
Glendale Community College
Vasefinder International

Please view the TriPal Arts gallery for Janet's ceramic work.
Website: https://sites.google.com/site/artbytripal/welcome



After forty years of mainly ceramic work, Janet has returned to drawing and painting in the last ten years. These are her life drawings.

Rob “Rob”

Most of the life studies are done at the TriPal Arts Studio where classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Elyn “Elyn”

Portrait in charcoal, 18" x 24"

Contour Study “Contour Study”

An ink drawing done by "blind" contour, that is, by looking at the model and not the paper.

Melissa “Melissa”

Life drawing in charcoal in a 16" circle.

Melissa From the Back “Melissa From the Back”

16" circle in charcoal done in drawing sessions at TriPal Arts Studio.

Emille “Emille”

Portrait in charcoal circle; 16" diameter on brown paper.

Figure Sketch “Figure Sketch”

Life Drawing at TriPal Arts Studio. Charcoal pencil. 16" diameter


Jan works both realistically and expressively. Expressive works are based on life drawing studies.

Portrait of Jordan “Portrait of Jordan”

Portrait of granddaughter Jordan.

Figure Abstract “Figure Abstract”

This large painting was done many years ago in Ohio and exhibited at the Cleveland Museum of Art in their annual May Show. It measures about 40 by 60" and is in oil.