Josette Dollar is an American painter and illustrator residing in Leesburg, Georgia.
She received her training in both traditional fine art and illustration from Ringling College
of Art and Design. Josette finds inspiration in Pop Art, Cubism and pictorial illustrators;
she’s influenced by artists such as: Andy Warhol, Mary Blair, Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso,
and Norman Rockwell. She works with a variety of media but prefers oil, gouache & watercolor.
Josette’s work is inspired by the human form and how it interacts with color, boldness, &
illusion. Her work reflects her emotions and tells the story of the modern woman’s quest
for self-development and freedom, and how we piece things together to create spiritual
and personal meaning with a sense of belonging to the greater whole.