Jeanette Hardie (Artist)

2018 Festival

My work is where I express my feelings and thoughts through the art form of movements and sketching. I am not a verbal person by nature, but I find healing, energy, and connection through my work. John Ollom’s Internal Landscape© and Spirit of Color© methodology helped in my drawings and dance expression.

My first two pieces are entitled ‘The Light of Hope’ It depicts a leaf with a beam of light. It represents the light at the end of the tunnel. I sketched leaves on wood.

My next piece is called ‘Earthquake’ – Mother Earth Is angered by the destruction of the eco-system by global warming caused by humans. It also represents darkness of trauma due to sexual assault, mental and physical abuse.

‘The Devine Feminine’ is the name I gave this drawing as it represents the beauty of the feminine where new life begins.

‘The hole’ is the name of my final work. It exemplifies the earth gravity that pulls in anything that gets to close and can never escape. It is working own ridden the earth of the negative energy.

BIO

Jeanette Hardie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Goddard College. An artist and a dance instructor for children at CUNY Hostos, she has performed with The Alonso Castro Dance Theater; Marvin Gordon Group and Ollom Art and choreographed dance works entitled “Women’s Anguish” about the mental, physical and sexual abuse suffered by women and “4 Elements” to bring awareness of global warming by using the Internal Landscape© methodology. Her visual work premiered at the 2017 Ollom Art Gala. Her creations are built on our relationship to nature (Earth Mother). She is researching a super connection with women through female empowerment and the roots of the goddess. She has been training under John Ollom, MFAI for over ten years with Internal Landscapes© & Spirit of Color© methodology. She is currently teaching children at the Performing Arts Conservatory of New York – music school in Queens, N.Y. www.paconyschool.com

2017 Gala

“Our Connections to Mother Earth”  –  pencil sketches relating to nature.

GALA BIO

Jeannette Hardie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Goddard College.  She is an artist and a dance instructor for children.  Performed with The Alonso Castro Dance Theater; Marvin Gordon Group and currently with Ollom Art.  She has choreographed dance works entitled “Women’s Anguish” about the mental, physical and sexual abuse suffered by women and  “4 Elements” to bring awareness of global warming by using the Internal Landscape© methodology.  Visual work will premiere at the 2017 Ollom Art Gala. Her creations are built on our relationship to nature (Earth Mother). She is researching a super connection with women through female empowerment and the roots of the goddess. She has been training under John Ollom, MFAI for over ten years with Internal Landscapes© & Spirit of Color© methodology.