Janet Fulk

Atlantic City
Habits of Rabbits

About the artist
"I think about painting all of the time.  I even dream about painting”.  

Janet Fulk paints with humor, charm and an appreciation for simple pleasures, those little things that speak loudly of living and loving.  She paints in oil, acrylic and watercolor. Janet believes that one picture is worth a thousand words.  But a thousand pictures can say it in a thousand different ways.

“Sometimes, I open the dictionary to a random page, point to a word and paint that word.  It can be challenging to paint a concept instead of a subject.  Sometimes you are lucky and get a word like pink or mushroom.  But I mean really…. how would you paint hugger-mugger?”

Janet is originally from rural Arkansas.  Her father went to college on the GI bill and moved his family from the cotton-patch to the oil-patch.  Growing up moving from one oil field to another across America is a childhood that fosters independence and the ability to roll with the punches. 

“When something goes wrong in your life, just yell, Plot Twist!”—Anonymous 

Janet is committed to supporting the arts in Central Texas.  She is a volunteer curator for several art exhibits and volunteers with numerous art organizations.  “I believe if you don’t show, you don’t grow.  I think you need to see your art through other people’s eyes, not just your own.”  

She is always willing to stand up and talk about art and its many thought-provoking nuances. 

Her work has exhibited at the Brackenridge Fine Arts Center, Allen R. Baca Center, Round Rock Public Library, Art Space Gallery, Old Bakery & Emporium, Texas State University at Round Rock,   Georgetown Public Library, Framer’s Gallery, St. David’s Hospital, Sun City Art Venues, The Art Institute, Williamson County Museum, Corridor of the Arts, Austin’s Airport

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