Family Business, 2015, Photogravure, 22.5″ x 26″, Published by Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida and Printed by Erika Greenberg-Schneider/Bleu Acier, Inc
October 17 – January 24, 2015
The artist created her first photogravure in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida and the printer Erika Greenburg- Schneider of Bleu Acier, Inc. The print was introduced on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists from the 1960’s to the Present at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida. A catalogue accompanied the exhibition.
Bulletin Board (Water Tulip) 2014, Archival foam core, cork paper, archival digital pints, various papers, gouache, watercolor, colored pencil, rubber stamp, Mylar, various fabrics, cotton thread, silver leaf, glitter, found holographic postcard and Teddy Bear eyes, 23″ x 27″ x 3″
October 16 – November 14, 2014
An exhibition of the artist’s unique works on paper, prints and photographs was presented at the Sims Reed Gallery in London. This was the artist’s first UK solo exhibition. Click here to view the exhibition catalogue in pdf format.
Snapshot Odyssey, 2014, Twelve color lithograph and pochoir with digital printing, chine collé and collage on white Rives BFK, Thai Mulberry, Mokume wood grain and metallic papers. 30 x 39.5″, Edition of 40
Shark’s Ink announces the publication of a new print by Jane Hammond that combines her long-standing interest in games with her passion for collecting vernacular photography. Hammond invented Snapshot Odyssey which describes a journey played as a game that is part luck-driven race and part strategy. Players “move” over the inter-weaving paths and encounter ten photo opportunities, scenic overlooks of a kind, as luck would have it: a bride wading with calla lilies, a ballerina in black slippers in the snow or a robot in the desert. A rule book accompanies the print.
Snapshot Odyssey references previous Hammond works that allude to games such as her photograph The Time Game, recently acquired by the Amon Carter museum, and her painting Mad Elga II currently on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
See Susan Tallman’s review of Snapshot Odyssey from the March-April 2014issue of Art in Print
Cindi and Jo, 2013, Acrylic paint on mica over Plexiglass with silver, gold, copper and palladium leaf, 36″ x 27″ x 3.75
October 5 – December 14, 2013
The artist’s Dazzle painting (above) is on display in the FLAG Art Foundation’s exhibition of emerging and established artists, including Cecily Brown, Marc Dennis, Ellen Gallagher, Nir Hod, Jim Hodges, Wayne Lawrence, Josephine Meckseper, Julie Mehretu, Chris Ofili, Ged Quinn, Charles Ray, Gerhard Richter, Jeff Sonhouse and Mathew Weir.
Four Ways to Blue, 2006, printed, cut and collaged papers, 10.5″ x 12″
May 18, 2013 – June 23, 2013 Celebrating the dynamic dialogue of art and language from 1960 to 2012, Art=Text=Art presents more than 100 American drawings, prints, conceptual works on paper and artists’ books selected from the collection of Sally and Wynn Kramarsky. Prior to the Hafnarfjordur show, the exhibition originated at the University of Museums, Virginia and traveled to the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. To read more about the exhibition, please visit The Art Equals Text Online Catalog