Jane Dell
Observations & Variations
11/1/2017


The Blue Hill Art and Cultural Center 5 person exhibition is a presentation of art inspired by nature. Artists make observations in ways that are unique. They see things others may overlook. Often times these observations are noted and transformed into creative works of art.

November 11, 2017- April 7, 2017
Opening Reception on December 7, 2017

Pop-Up Exhibition/Climate Change Awards
10/1/2017


The Human Impacts Institute Climate Pop Up Show
Ellen Alt • Marcia Annenberg • Fran Beallor • Jane Dell  • Laura Mychal • Kelsey Gallagher • Julianna Kirk • Ruth Ava Lyons • Tali Margolin • Laura Mychal • Lisa Reindorf  • Ping Zheng     
          
Artist Meet and Greet
Wednesday October 18, 2017
6-8:30 pm
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO)
1 East 42nd Street, New York, New York 10017
Contact: Mikelle Benfield
outreach@humanimpactsinstitute.org

Announcing a Pop Up Show in conjunction with the Creative Climate Awards Exhibition celebrating 11 local and national artists who reflect on climate inspired issues. Come spend an evening with this year's CCA and Pop Up show artists and see their work! Get to know their inspirations, impacts, and passions about climate change.
Pop up runs from 6pm Wed. Oct 18 through 2pm Fri. Oct. 20
RSVP on eventbrite is strongly encouraged
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/artist-meet-and-greet-tickets-37706673676

Garden of Delight group show and performance
7/16/2017


Experience 12,000 square feet of gallery space transformed into the strange, beautiful, and dark world of Garden of Earthly Delights, an immersive art installation themed for "Garden of Delights" inspired by the artwork of Hieronymus Bosch. 

View and buy 4 of my paintings: "Sisters Descending", "Many Moons", Man in the Moon", and "Fish Kiss".

Artsy/Artists Studios Gallery Affiliate
5/25/2017


Jane Dell has become a part of Artists Studios that joined artsy.net auction/sales online of Fine Art.

Curious Creature
5/10/2017


Curious Creatures is an exhibition and installation presenting the work of contemporary artists inspired by the work of “primitive,” prehistoric, ancient masters. The specific focus is hybrid creatures, human/animal beings commonly used to represent gods and deities. Examples include: the Lionman (lionwoman) found at Stadel cave, Germany, dated 32,000 BC, winged deities, beasts, demigods, serpents, profane idols and gods found in the Bible, Greek and pre-hellenic myths, the Sphinx and other Egyptian gods, hybrid animal gods found in North and South America, and other similar creatures.
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