(Left): Jane delivers art supplies & an Endless Color Palette print to the Director of Community Services at the Kids in Crisis corporate offices. (Above): Art supplies purchased & donated from summer print sales.
"Be You by Jane" ©
(8) 4" x 6" greeting cards.
"Alphabet Soup" ©
11" x 14" print (1/4" white border).
"Endless Color Palette" ©
20" x 24" print (1/4" white border).
BU by Jane© collection
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Each print is available only in the size listed under print.
"Jane's People" are vivid, striking individuals that Jane began creating at the age of four. She diligently drew, designed and uniquely outfitted each "person". . . demonstrating through her art that we are all different, but very much the same. Now, at age 15, the collection of her individual people have made their way to canvas. The "BU by Jane" collection is the culmination of years' worth of "art" in a handful of incredible visual art pieces (300+ people on her largest piece), giving her a reason to continue creating. She is excited to be sharing her work with the world via high quality digital prints. She hopes her pieces will make people smile and maybe even find a version of themselves in each collage.
A portion of the proceeds from each print sold goes directly to children's charities. In 2015 - 2018, proceeds helped purchase art supplies for Kids in Crisis (www.kidsincrisis.org). Jane's goal was for these children to have an array of art supplies readily available throughout the year. In 2019-2021, Jane will be supporting Al's Angels (www.alsangels.org). Thank you for your support and keep being uniquely you.
"144 Differences" ©
16" x 20" (1/4" white border).
The BU by Jane art exhibit held in August 2016 was a huge success! Hundreds of dollars generated from print sales went towards the fall art supply purchase for Kids in Crisis. (Left): Art supplies donated. (Right): CT Channel 12 News segment.
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Face painting at the Kids in Crisis annual triathlon.