Janet A. Cook
Janet A. Cook is a British artist living and working in New York City. Her formal art education includes The National Academy of Design, NY (3yr. Certificate in painting), Art Students League, NY, Independent study with Bob Gerbracht, PSA, Frank Federico, PSA, San Francisco School of Art, Academy of Art College, CA, University of Miami, FL, De Montford University, Leicester, England UK, BA Honors in History of Art and Design. She specializes in Oil and Pastel and paints both figurative and landscapes. In 2005, she was featured on NBC's 'Dateline' program, the 'Da Vinci Code'. During the program you see her complete sections of a charcoal drawing of Mary Magdalene as the story unfolds. In addition to being featured on TV, her work has appeared in various arts magazines, and she has received numerous awards in both state and national and international competitions. Her paintings are to be found in many collections including the Buckingham Hotel in New York and the Trenton City Museum, NJ, as well as many private and corporate collections throughout America and Europe.