Jane Abrams for the past thirty-five years has lived and worked in Los Ranchos Village in the north valley near Albuquerque. Her travels to Mexico, Central America, Spain and Asia have introduced exotic subjects into her pulsing, colorful canvases.
She says of her work, “my sensory wanderings through cloud forests of Guatemala, along the ghats of northern India, in mountains of Thailand and the familiar fields, deserts, acequias and rivers of New Mexico provide the inspirational source for my paintings.
As I wander here and there, the places with the strongest emotional attraction are areas of the earth where the stability of land meets the fluidity of water. Events in the universe, planetary shifts, seasonal changes and even political interruptions…all these occurrences and more are recorded in this dynamic interface. Often, these observations are the beginning of a painting”.
The William Havu Gallery
1040 Cherokee Street,