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painter

Juliette Arnold Greivell, American painter. Recipient Best of Show award League Milwaukee Artists, 1984, 85, 86, Bronze award Wisconsin Women in the Arts National Exhibition, 1984, Winsor & Newton award New Orleans Art Association,, 1st prize Massachusetts Arts League, Grumbacher Gold medallion Harrisburg Art Association, Judges Choice Dekalb Council for Arts and Decatur Arts Alliance, 1991, others.

Background

Greivell, Juliette Arnold was born on November 1, 1933 in Thomaston, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Hays Lavashious and Mary Bryan (Weaver) Arnold.

Education

Bachelor, University of Virginia, 1955;postgraduate, Atlanta The Art Institute of Chicago, 1956;postgraduate, Memphis Academy Art, 1960;postgraduate, U. Georgia, 1961-1962;postgraduate, Layton School of Art, 1970;postgraduate, Alverno College, 1971-1972.

Career

Teacher, Atlanta Art Association, 1957-1958;teacher, Upson County (Georgia) Board Education, 1962-1963;teacher, Cudahy (Wisconsin) Board Education, 1972-1980.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Numerous one woman shows and portrait commissions. Exhibited in numerous group shows, including War Memorial Art Center, Mils., University Wisconsin-Mils.

      , Charles Allis Museum, Milwaukee, New Orleans Art Association, Georgia Tech Gallery, Atlanta, Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction, Augusta Art Association, Springfield (Massachusetts) Art League, Art Association of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Lake Worth (Florida) Art League, Hoyt Institute Art, Pennsylvania, National Arts Club, New York City, Chattahooche Art Guild, LaGrange, Georgia, Salmagundi Club, New York City, others.

Membership

Member Atlanta Portrait Society, Inc. (member of merit).

Connections

Married Richard Hermes Greivell. Children: Juliette Hightower, Mary Bryan, John Richard.

father:
Hays Lavashious Arnold

mother:
Mary Bryan (Weaver) Arnold

spouse:
Richard Hermes Greivell

children:
Juliette Hightower Greivell

Mary Bryan Greivell

John Richard Greivell