Jeane Kat McGrail (b. May 1, 1947, Minneapolis, MN, USA )
Jeane McGrail is a contemporary artist, avid environmentalist, and animal rights, activist. Her work is constructed in the convergence of documentary photographs and surreal iconic graphic twists, where she uses the digital tools of cameras, computers, and printers. Enlightened with the serenity and creativity found in nature, she gets her inspiration from the environment.
As a pioneer in contemporary digital art, she has shown her art nationally and internationally, including The Charlotte Printmaker’s Society Exhibition; Chautauqua Center for the Visual Arts, Chautauqua, New York; LACDA, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts; National Museum for Women in The Arts, Washington, D.C.; Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, Florida; and Adogi Taller Galleria Fort, Cadaques, Girona, Spain. McGrail has an M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her biography can be found in Who’s Who of American Art. She currently lives in Chicago.