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JANE LINCOLN

JANE LINCOLN -  Hatches Harbor - 1

           JANE LINCOLN

       Hatches Harbor - 1       Acrylic on Paper and Hardboard             




JANE LINCOLN - Gold Marsh

           JANE LINCOLN

       Gold Marsh       Acrylic on Paper and Hardboard             




JANE LINCOLN - Poised Pink

           JANE LINCOLN

       Poised Pink       Acrylic on Paper/Hardboard             




JANE LINCOLN - Beckoning Blue

           JANE LINCOLN

       Beckoning Blue       Acrylic on Paper/Hardboard       10.00 in. x 8.00 in.       2      




JANE LINCOLN - The History of Bearing Children

           JANE LINCOLN

       The History of Bearing Children       Acrylic on paper/hardboard       1      




JANE LINCOLN - Obbligato Orange

           JANE LINCOLN

       Obbligato Orange       Acrylic on paper/hardboard             




JANE LINCOLN - Relentless Rose

           JANE LINCOLN

       Relentless Rose       Acrylic on paper/hardboard       4      




JANE LINCOLN - Viable Violet

           JANE LINCOLN

       Viable Violet       Acrylic on paper/hardboard       3      




JANE LINCOLN - Bouyant Blue

           JANE LINCOLN

       Bouyant Blue       Acrylic on paper/hardboard       2      




JANE LINCOLN - Grandiose Green

           JANE LINCOLN

       Grandiose Green       Acrylic on paper/hardboard       1      




Jane Lincoln has had thirty solo exhibitions and has exhibited at over forty museums and galleries. She has received over 100 awards. Jane is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and is listed in the Art in America Guide and Who's Who of American Women. ....Jane Lincoln's statement on her New Work Color Zones “Color Zones” is my most recent body of work. Zones refer to the bands of color which are sheets of painted paper. Some edges are cut, some painted, some cast shadows to invite closer inspection. With a shift in light, interference pigment alters a specific color. The backs are painted to reflect the subject color into the wall shadow. When large in scale these works allow for the color to encompass the field of vision. The substance of my art is color relationships.