Jane has always been interested in photography. In college, she worked mostly with black and white images, doing her own darkroom work. She put a hold on doing photography as an art form for a number of years, concentrating on performing as a percussionist and working with the Women’s Graphics Collective, designing and silk-screening feminist and lesbian posters. She spent 10 years travelling in a motorhome all over North America, with additional travels in Europe and Africa. Her travels renewed her interest in the medium, and the advent of digital photography made it much easier to capture and work with as many images as she desired. Since moving to South Florida in 2009, her work has been exhibited around the area in a number of juried shows, including being shown at the NSU Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale, Parker Playhouse and Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. Her work has won awards from Broward Art Guild and Arts United. She is the former President of Arts United and a member of Broward Art Guild, Art Serve and Arts United.
My goal as an artist is to share new ways of looking at the world, and to find beauty in unexpected places. I find it fascinating how reflections, color and light can change and expand our perception of an object, and much of my work reflects these phenomena in nature.