Janett Kabeh is a Liberian Fiber Artist based in Los Angeles, celebrated for her masterful exploration of textiles and meticulous attention to detail. With a background in fashion design, Janett embarked on a transformative journey into the realm of art, driven by a profound love for denim.

Her artistic odyssey began with large denim tapestries, marking the inception of her career as an artist. Recognizing the need for refinement and accessibility, Janett transitioned her artistic vision, pioneering Jean pointillism—a technique that seamlessly blends innovation and tradition.

As the first artist to establish Jean pointillism, Janett's work resonates deeply with themes of women empowerment, the culture of design, and human anatomy. Each piece is a testament to her unwavering commitment to detail, with various hues of blue denim meticulously applied to evoke shading, depth, and texture, thereby infusing her creations with a captivating interplay of both two-dimensional and three-dimensional elements.