“My work continues to be organic and, more specifically, rooted in the human figure. However, I frequently stay at the cutting edge of the purely abstract and the real, sometimes only hinting at the more objective shape.” – Jeanne Dueber SL
Jeanne Dueber SL has been resident artist at the Loretto Motherhouse since 1978. A renowned sculptor and multimedia artist, Jeanne is known for using natural materials to explore spirituality, faith and the human figure. She has shown her work in over 100 exhibitions across the United States.
A native of St. Louis, Mo. Jeanne studied drawing and sculpture at Webster University and later earned a master’s degree in sculpture from the University of Iowa.
Visitors are welcome at an art gallery featuring over 200 pieces from Jeanne’s collection. It is located on the grounds of the Loretto Motherhouse, on the second floor of Rhodes Hall. [See campus map.] Access the gallery using the staircase on the front porch. The gallery is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
Can’t make it to the Motherhouse to enjoy her gallery in person? Below is a sampling of her work. Simply click the image to view highlights from her collection.
Many pieces in the gallery are available for sale. For prices and purchasing information, please contact Jeanne Dueber at 270-865-5811 or by email.