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Exploring the interconnectedness of all life forms, Jane Rosen closely observes animals as a key to understanding human nature. Consequently, deer, horses, hawks, and dogs often serve as subjects for her sculptures, paintings, and prints. Her drawings often proceed spontaneously, taking coffee or ink stains as their starting point. Meanwhile, her psychologically complex, multilayered wall sculptures comprise materials ranging from marble dust to gypsum, willow branches to horse hair. They often investigate the opposition between nature and culture, as exemplified by Boat/Beak (1992), in which tow halves of a boat protrude from the wall, in a formation resembling a bird’s beak. As Rosen describes, her art addresses “questions about other possible states of awareness.”

Selected exhibitions
2020
Jane Rosen "Bird Book"Gail Severn Gallery
Jane Rosen Available SculpturesTraver Gallery
2019
JANE ROSEN | RANCH LIFETayloe Piggott Gallery
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The Bird I Touched, 2014

Hand Blown Glass
15 × 3 1/2 × 5 in
38.1 × 8.9 × 12.7 cm
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Location
Mill Valley
Medium

Exploring the interconnectedness of all life forms, Jane Rosen closely observes animals as a key to understanding human nature. Consequently, deer, horses, hawks, and dogs often serve as subjects for her sculptures, paintings, and prints. Her drawings often proceed spontaneously, taking coffee or ink stains as their starting point. Meanwhile, her psychologically complex, multilayered wall sculptures comprise materials ranging from marble dust to gypsum, willow branches to horse hair. They often investigate the opposition between nature and culture, as exemplified by Boat/Beak (1992), in which tow halves of a boat protrude from the wall, in a formation resembling a bird’s beak. As Rosen describes, her art addresses “questions about other possible states of awareness.”

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