Jean E. Razulis attended the Mount Royal Graduate School at MICA on a partial scholarship, graduating with an MFA. She earned a BA in Studio Arts from the University of MD, College Park, which she attended on a full Seagram's scholarship. Jean also completed graduate-level courses in painting and printmaking at Towson University.
Ms. Razulis has explored various media, currently concentrating on photography and acrylic painting to create large, colorful figurative and landscape pieces. A recurring theme in her work is the energy of life - electric and chaotic. She has exhibited her work at a variety of local, regional, national and international venues, including School 33, the Creative Alliance, Artscape, the Millennium Gallery and the Palm Springs Desert Museum. Jean has created commissioned pieces for Loyola University, University of Baltimore, Piedigrotta Bakery, ABC Radiator and other businesses. In the fall of 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, she was a featured artist at the international Madonnari Arts Festival. At part of the 2018 Artscape Gallery Network, Jean's work was on display at Baltimore's Mount Vernon Marketplace. In December 2018, "Jean's World" was shown at the Baker Prize "Off the Web" Show at The Peale.