Jane Bloodgood-Abrams

“As a lifelong resident of the Hudson Valley, I’ve drawn from the natural beauty of the region and it’s artistic heritage for creating oil landscapes with an emphasis on light and atmosphere. Dramatic, transitory moments and a deep connection to nature inspire my work. While experiencing these fleeting moments on site, I am infused by the mood and atmosphere. Later after some tempering and distillation, I create works over time using layers of paint and glazes to evoke the emotional essence of the scene, through the veil of memory.”

The artist received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz, was inducted into the National Association of Women Artists, and is listed in “Who’s Who in American Art.” Her work has been selected for many regional, national, and international exhibitions, including the New York State Biennial, The Mohawk -Hudson Regionals, The Bienniale in Florence Italy, as well as exhibitions in Austria, Germany and the American Embassy in Thailand. She has had artist residencies through the Catskill Center, and Wakonda Lodge in Lake George, and participated in the Rhine-Hudson Artist Exchange in Cologne, Germany. Jane is represented in galleries throughout the country and her works are in many corporate, museum and private collections


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