Jan Dyer

Jan Dyer grew up in the Midwest, but has lived in Suffern, New York for many years. Many of her paintings are of the Midwest, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York—particularly New York’s Harriman State Park. She loves to travel, both for the experience, and to find new landscapes to paint. France is a favorite: It’s her second home emotionally—she’d like it to be her second home in fact.

Lavender at Dusk

House on Hill, Malaucene

Red Bush, Marsh and Blue Stream

View from Train

Colorful Hills, England

Farm and Lake, Midwest

Road Between Trees, France

Stream in Woods, Allendale

Path, Provence

Cloudy Sky, Winter

Parkland

Road Through Hills, Vermont