Posted on September 6, 2017 in Community
“where horse-play is an art”
Eclectic and well-rounded describe Janene DiRico-Cable’s background. No matter what avenue Janene pursued, art has always played a major role. “It’s a resounding theme in everything I do and have ever done… the art… It’s always back to the art.” From professional fashion model to a degree in dentistry, to media marketing for Nashville singing stars, Janene has peppered her careers with art.
Now a full-time artist, Janene enjoys success with a variety of mediums including graphite, acrylic, watercolors and sculpture. Bronze equine sculptures have captured her talents today. She is exploring public art opportunities and enjoys working with municipalities.
Originally from Bakersfield, California, Janene has lived throughout the southern United States and now makes her comfortable home in Colorado with husband, Ken. Janene’s sister is Julie DiRico of South Florida, an internationally recognized horse trainer. Janene has studied with Veryl Goodnight, Paul Lucchesi, John Coleman and Ken Sullivan. Her works have been featured in gallery exhibitions and national art shows. Janene is the United States Equestrian Federation trophy artist since 2010. Her “stable” can be viewed at www.diricofineart.com.
Janene has been a member of the American Academy of Equine Art, Women Artists of the West and several art guilds. Gallery experience includes Spirits in the Wind Gallery, Golden, Colorado; and Desert Flower Gallery, Wickenburg, Arizona. Public art installations are currently in various venues in Colorado.