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Barbara Jean Clabeaux-Fechter

artist , educator

Barbara Jean Clabeaux-Fechter, American artist, educator. Scholar, Buffalo Foundation, since 1955. Member of Cheektowaga Artist Guild, Williamsville Art Society (member hospitality 2002-2003).

Background

Clabeaux-Fechter, Barbara Jean was born on September 3, 1937 in Buffalo. Daughter of George Gregory Clabeaux and Guistina Irvira Puleo.

Education

Student, State Teachers College, 1955. Student, University Buffalo, 1961. Student, Villa Maria College, 1980.

Career

Teacher St. Francis of Assisi School, Buffalo, 1957—1958, St. Gregory the Great School, Williamsville, 1958—1959. Advertising artist Roizen Advertising, Buffalo, 1959—1960.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One Woman Art Show at the Art & Ceramic Specialties Gallery in Kenmore, NY, 1968.

    • Author: My Poetry 1950- 2010. Children's Books. Animal Rescue.

Religion

Love for life with a pro-life stance. Christian world view and a love for people of all color and ethnicity.

Politics

I vote for whoever I believe is best at the time with no particular party in mind.

Membership

Member of Cheektowaga Artist Guild, Williamsville Art Society (member hospitality 2002-2003).

Personality

Eccentric, gregarious, impulsive!

  • “You can't go to her house without being offered something to eat. She loved to feed people!”

Interests

  • Artists

    Monet, Van Gogh, Rembrandt

  • Other Interests

    Painting, Classical music, flowers, gardening.

Connections

Married Ronald W. Fechter, January 5, 1957 (div.). Children: Michael, Peter, Julie, Ronald.

father:
George Gregory Clabeaux

mother:
Guistina Irvira Puleo