Jauneth Skinner is a graphic artist. She creates works on paper: drawings, paintings, and illustrations, hand pulled intaglio and relief prints, and illustrated journals. She is also a botanical artist. Her works have been exhibited in nearly 200 exhibitions in six different countries, including The National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, D.C.); the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing, China); Palazzo Rinaldi (Noèpoli, Italy), Studio la Città (Verona, Italy) and Santa Reparata Stamperia d’Arte Grafica, (Florence, Italy); Lessedra Gallery (Sofia, Bulgaria); Artemsia Gallery, Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, and Anchor Graphics (Chicago, IL); Minnesota State Arts Board, Center for Book Arts, and the Minneapolis Art institute (Minneapolis, MN); William Over State Museum (Vermillion, SD); Beardsley Art Museum (Phoenix, AZ); Meridian Museum of Art (Meridian, MS); Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN); and Springfield Art Museum (Springfield, MO). Skinner’s work is included in over 150 collections, including the Smithsonian National Museum of Art Print Collection (Washington, D.C.); the Fogg Museum of Art Print Collection at Harvard University (Cambridge); The Rossi Library Archives (Rome, Italy); Scuola Internazionale di Grafica (Venice, Italy); Bodleian Library at University of Oxford (Oxford, UK); Harris College Collection (Cardiff, Wales); Kennarahåaskøoli Íslands University Print Collection, Stakkahlíö (Reykjavik, Iceland); and the Minnesota Historical Society (St. Paul). She received a Diploma from the Society of Botanical Artists, Dorset, England; a Certificate in Italian Language and Culture from the Università per Stranieri, Perugia, Italy; the Master of Fine Arts (Graphic Arts) degree from Bowling Green State University; and the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Graphic Arts) and Associates of Science in Commercial Art Technology (Illustration) degrees from Indiana University. She is a retired Professor of Graphic Arts. Skinner is listed in Who’s Who in America, and was nominated for their Life Time Achievement Award (2020).