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Joanelle Mulrain, ART




Painter, photographer and author, Joanelle Mulrain, is CEO (Chief Entrepreneurial Officer) of Mulrain Resource Group (marketing communications/independent and group practices, strategic planning, community outreach) and owner of Great Blue HeronStudios.

Her “Florence Nightingale, The 39th Nurse” exhibit has toured many U.S. museums and Panama (via Cultural Grant, U.S. Embassy, Panama), including national healthcare systems, nursing schools and hospitals.  She continues to speak on “The Life & Times of Florence Nightingale – The Pioneer of Modern Nursing.”

Presently, she is completing two books, entitled, “Florence Nightingale – An Artist’s Journey” and the second in her “Re-Rooting” series, “Re-Rooting – Life’s Journey After Severance.”  Passionately interested in NE FL and French history, she is leading a major project for the Sesquiquadricentennial (450th) of La Caroline, or Fort Caroline, Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, and working on the painting of the first Black nurse in America (1598).

She is a member of the National Arts Club (New York), Global Alliance for Arts in Health (DC), the U.S. Department of State Art in Embassies Program (DC), and a trustee of the France Florida Foundation for the Arts (Miami).  Her private art studio is located in the CoRK Arts District (Historic Riverside) in Jacksonville, FL.

Helen Ashmead
Mary Atwood

Jan Atchley Bevan

Margaret Billesimo

Susan D. Brandenburg
Laura Jo Brunson

Sigrun Buckley

Dorothy Duncan Burris

Lynn Rose Curtin

Kathleen Moore Delage

Maggie FitzRoy

Dorothy (Dottie) K. Fletcher

Dr. Linda A. Foley

Nada Frazier

Laura M. Gaisser

Ethel J. Getchell

Margaret (Peg) Redding Hallam

Jackie Hand
Pamela Walker Hart

Saundra Hartman
Fiona Lama (Student)

Phoebe D. Marner

Katherine McCaughan

Mary Ann Miller

Joanelle Mulrain
Emma Yixuan Pan

Mimi Sherman Pearce

Debra Webb Rogers

Duncan Rosborough Sawyer

Dr. Susanne Schuenke

Deborah (Debbie) Doro Schwartz

Patricia (Pat) Setser

Mary (Fletcher) Shipp
Mary St. Germain

Fransesca Tabor-Miolla

Marilyn Wilson (Patron)