Jack Dant is a St. Paul, MN painter/sculptor whose painting subjects range from landscape and still life to portrait and figures. He is drawn primarily to realism in the style of the American Impressionists; however his technique and style continue to evolve. Jack enjoys painting outside on location (plein air) as well as painting in his studio. He has studied Flemish techniques in still life and portrait with Jeff Hurinenko, and spent many years studying landscape painting with Joe Paquet, using direct painting methods and the prismatic palette. Jack teaches adult and teens in studio and plein air techniques.
In addition to painting, Jack has been exploring sculpture and casting in bronze. He has developed a home casting studio where he completes all aspects of the sculpting and casting process. Jack is a Product Development Engineering Manager with Heraeus in Fridley, MN where he develops medical devices for a variety of interventional procedures.