"I have learned to trust the process, throwing caution to the wind while recognizing the treasures the wind leaves behind." Jane Kiskaddon
Jane Kiskaddon is an American painter recognized for her rich colorful layered landscapes. Her primary medium is acrylic. Her secondary medium is kiln formed glass where her images literally have depth.
Jane's work is included in hundreds of art collections worldwide and she exhibits regularly in juried art shows and galleries up and down the West Coast.
Kiskaddon's recent abstract landscapes give you a sense of place, Sonoma, California, where she lives and works. Her previous paintings were inspired by journeys to other countries and road trips in an Airstream trailer.
It is slow work, refining and wrecking, painting and scraping, layer upon layer. Eventually an image comes into view that is both bold and delicate. Kiskaddon has a distinct vocabulary of color, light, and texture.