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Jane Sangerman
Jane Sangerman, Digit 53, 2016, Spray Paint, Acrylic Paint, Abstraction

2016

$2,200

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Jane Sangerman lives and works in New York City. She received her BFA from the University of New Mexico and her MFA from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has had one and two person shows in New York City and Chicago and exhibited nationally and internationally. Forms lifted from New York’s crumbling walls and aging grid systems create the template through which one views ambiguous space and time. Some images are inspired by the shapes of twisted and gnarled metal or random organic contours created as indigent tiles and peeling paint fall and from decaying surfaces from York City. Sangerman's artwork exists in two worlds; a tangible, entropic, urban environment where the walls are and a vibrant metaphysical world that I create. Many works imbue red or orange, invoking the color of blood, fire, energy and danger. Frames divide the work similar to that of movie stills where each frame represents not only different points in space but also different points in time. The addition of fingerprints appear in the images forming a human made mark pointing to the physical world. Floating shapes reference cells in several pieces. Her physical involvement in the process which includes layering stratifying, some combination of spray paint, acrylic wash, acrylic mediums, oil paint, wax, collage and linoleum prints on her surfaces. In addition to teaching art at Ramapo College her experience also comprises various visiting artist and guest lecture opportunities including the Parsons School of Design at The American School in Paris, The Glasgow School of Art, The University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery and most recently in 2014, and The University of Northern Arizona. Jane received a Fellowship at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, The Ucross Foundation, and The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, The Jerome Foundation Fellowship and the Illinois Painters Three Award. Her artwork is part of more than 25 public collections including the New York City Public Library and The Brooklyn Museum.

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