Cahoon Museum of American Art
Fields of Color: Pastel Landscapes by Jane Lincoln
December 3, 1999 - January 29, 2000
The "local color" is the dramatic range of colors found among the fields of Cape Cod as captured by pastel artist Jane Lincoln. The exploration of color through nature's breath-taking palette is the principal inspiration for Jane's landscapes. Wetlands and marshes, bogs and meadows, pastures and dunes - all types of fields are portrayed by Lincoln's plein air artistry. (left: Jane Lincoln in her studio)
Jane Lincoln has been living and painting on Cape Cod for over twenty-five years. She received her B.A. from St. Lawrence University as a studio fine arts major. She also attended the Cape School of Art, Provincetown. She has studied independently with several well-known artists including Henry Hensche, Charles Movalli and Samir Barber. Jane has been teaching since 1989 and is currently on the faculty of the Falmouth Artists' Guild. She conducts workshops throughout the country.
Images from left to right: Daisies, 6 1/2 x 9 inches, pastel on Sennelier card; Washburn Marsh, 13 x 30 inches, pastel on Windberg paper; Sumac Along the Side, 12 1/2 x 20 inches, pastel on Sabretooth paper; Winter White, 13 x 25 inches, pastel on Windberg paper
Lincoln has received over fifty awards in pastel, drawing and oil and is a signature member of the Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod and a member of the Pastel Society of America.
Fields of Color marks the second one-woman exhibition for Jane Lincoln at the Cahoon Museum. Gallery talks with the artist are scheduled for Friday, December 10, 1939 and Friday, January 14, 2000, at 11 a.m. The exhibition continues through January 29, 2000.
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