Collection: JaNeil Anderson

JaNeil Anderson was raised on a farm in southern New Mexico, but was always around cowboys and cattle ranches. Working with cowboys gives her the insight to accurately paint what she loves and knows. She strives to share a story in each painting. It is represented in the subjects’ gestures and expressions. The attention to each minute detail highlights the individualism in each person, animal or setting.

She married and lived on various ranches in New Mexico cooking for the cowboys. While working on the Gray Ranch in New Mexico boot heel, she met Cowboy Artists of America artist James Reynolds, and they became friends. Jim helped her with her painting on two different occasions in his studio. She also studied under CAA artist Ron Riddick.

She now lives on the third generation ranch of her husband’s family in southern New Mexico located on the Gila River. She works side by side with her husband, family and friends on her own ranch as well as neighboring ranches, and gets much inspiration from these experiences for her next paintings. JaNeil paints authentic working cowboy paintings of the jobs at hand or behind the scenes.

JaNeil is a signature member of American Woman Artist. She won a purchase prize award at the Women’s Group Show in 2020 at the Booth Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. The painting now hangs in the museum’s permanent collection. She is also a member of Oil Painters of America.

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