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Jeanne-Marie Kenny, usually just known as Jeanne-Marie and also known as Isabela Fawn, is a professional artist whose works often depict anthropomorphic animals.


Originally from South Carolina, U.S.A,[1] Jeanne-Marie studied printmaking at the University of South Carolina where she completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1994.[2] After living in Liverpool, England, for several years, she returned to the United States to study painting at the University of Memphis, where she completed her Master of Fine Arts degree in 2004.[3]

Jeanne-Marie returned to Liverpool in 2005,[3] and, as of 2012, she is Gallery Coordinator at the Bluecoat Display Centre, located within Bluecoat Chambers art centre.[4] Her studio practice is also based within Bluecoat Chambers.


Example of Jeanne-Marie's artwork: I am more likely to be here than not to be here; Oil on board; 2010.

Jeanne-Marie creates art in traditional media, including oil paintings and graphite drawings. Her anthropomorphic figures have the heads of animals but the bodies of humans.


  1. Jeanne-Marie's biography on the Bluecoat Chambers website. Retrieved September 1, 2012
  2. Jeanne-Marie's biography on her tumblr page. Retrieved September 1, 2012
  3. 3.0 3.1 Jeanne-Marie biography on the Events section of the Bluecoat Chambers website. Retrieved September 1, 2012
  4. Meet the Team page on the webpages of the Bluecoat Chambers. Retrieved September 1, 2012

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