Artist Jeane Kluga didn't let her Stanford University degree get in the way of turning a hobby into a lifelong passion.
Married to John Kluga, a low-handicap golfer and president and club champion of 3 prestigious golf courses, Jeane
quickly learned to play and love the game she
has played aVidly for more than 40 years.It is the love of the game combined with her
passion for art that has resulted in many beautiful and moving golf paintings.Whether golf, seascape or still life she
approaches all paintings with the same goal in mind: "make it alive, make it read as a good impressionist work of art, and most importantly, make it touch a warm spot in the viewer's heart."Jean was commissioned to paint a composite viewof the 18th hole at Pebble Beach for the lOath anniversary of the U.S. Open, which was then woven into a beautiful tapestry.She
is presently developing works for Pronghorn
, a new Nicklaus and Fazto course in Bend, Oregon.Other noted golf courses chosen for her
canvases include Spyglass, Cordevalle, Reynolds Plantation, The Boulders and Kiawah Island.
Further information and many of her
paintings can be seen on her
website at www.Jeanekluga.com