Born 1948 in Indianapolis, Indiana
The UNO Art Gallery (September 30-October 18, 1991) exhibited woodcuts by Jeanine Coupe Ryding known for her depictions of large heads floating before landscape settings. Both the Perimeter Gallery in Chicago and the Anderson O'Brien Gallery in Omaha represented Coupe Ryding, who studied at the University of Iowa (B.A., 1971) and the Hochschule der Kunste in Berlin (Meisterschuler, 1977). At the time of her residency, she was a conservator of works of art on paper at the Graphic Conservation Company in Chicago and taught relief printmaking at the School of the Art Institute.

Head in a Landscape
1991; woodcut (unknown)