Recently painting a series of landscapes, I am creating a body of work with an emphasis on imagination and attention to Nature.
Growing up in North Alabama, I spent much of my childhood playing outside, running around in the hardwoods, making believe of all sorts of fantastic things.
Jan loves the diversity of ceramic approaches including Naked Raku, Raku, Pit fire and traditional firing methods incorporating unique mixed media. Each piece is truly unique and customized to the theme and functionality of the artistry.
Ethereal layers of traditional oil paints and pigments applied separately from oil media on gallery canvas.
Seeking the simple beauty of open places, I use slide film and a manual camera, wait for definitive light, then work to capture a distinctive image.
I specialize in creating aerial landscape and architectural images. Also with a little abstract thrown in. At the moment, this is what interests me.
My silver-gelatin original B & W photographs are created using large format film and traditional darkroom techniques.
Lathe turned wood hollow forms with chip inlaied semiprecious stone.