In Focus: Nationally Acclaimed Artist Jerry Raedeke Decided to Retire in April
For Jerry Raedeke painting is not just a hobby it is a way of life. He spent a number of years painting for galleries in Minneapolis before he decided to open one of his own.
Raedeke’s work can be seen all over the country and is used for various projects.
He uses watercolors to communicate the beauty of nature through his delicate work.
After all of his accomplishments Raedeke has decided to retire at the end of April. He plans to enjoy his retirement by doing what he loves most.
He is a proud supporter of wetland restorations and preservation projects and plans to continue to advocate for those causes.