The Art of Jan Chandler Garbero

Jan Chandler Garbero has been drawing ever since childhood.  She studied Fine Arts at the Ohio State University and earned a  B S degree with a dual major in Fine Arts and Education in the late 1960s.  For seven years Jan taught art in the Ohio public schools.  In the 1980s she relocated with her family in Phoenix Arizona to seek warmer climate.                                

Her love of the West inspired her themes for art subjects such as the Oatman series, a collection of paintings depicting a young girl’s captivity by the Native Americans. 

Interests in life drawing and animals can be seen in portraits, drawings, and sculptures.  Garbero has worked in various art media, pencils, pastels, egg tempera, acrylics, oils and sculpting materials.  In Ohio she developed an unique art form of sculpting wildlife on bark which she called “Bark Art Originals”, which were exhibited in Ohio and NYC, and many pieces sold to private buyers in the US and England.

That same interest in experimenting with art triggered an idea for golf art showing the impact of the sport with the impact of the paint, brush and canvas.  Many of her works are now in private collections.                                                                In the age of technology Garbero also uses her talents creating computer-generated designs.

Presently the artist works on commission.

Many of her paintings and prints are for sale.    


Contact Jan at:

E-mail:  artwithimpact@q.com






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