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Dualis D97

Jane Sangerman
SAM 2021.14

acrylic paint, acrylic medium, and spray paint on Arches paper


62.75 x 42.5 inches

160 x 108 centimeters

Gift of the artist and ODETTA Gallery

about the work

Jane Sangerman's Dualis D97 was one of the largest pieces featured in the exhibition Formation from July 15 - November 6 2021. This size allows the viewer to become absorbed in the layers of vibrant color and visual texture. A limited color palette of bright red, neon yellow, and acid green seems to vibrate, causing an optical illusion whereby the colors and patterns buzz against each other. 

about the artist

Jane Sangerman lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, She has a BFA from the University of New Mexico and an MFA from SUNY BUffalo. She has had one and two person shows in many cities including New York City and Chicago, and has exhibited nationally and internationally.

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, France; the Glasgow School of Art, the University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery and the University of Northern Arizona.

Jane received fellowships at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Ucross Foundation, and the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. In addition, she has received 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, The Brooklyn Museum...and now, the Spartanburg Art Museum.

biography courtesy of the artist

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