Exciting News! I will be showing a group of new paintings this summer at William Scott Gallery in Provincetown, MA
OPENING RECEPTION: JULY 19
Exhibition: July 19 - August 1, 2019
Ptown. Art. Summer. What could be better!
This coming January I am excited to be a part of Adams State University’s Rare A.I.R. artist-in-residence program in Colorado. I was accepted to work on my State of the Union series, which at this point consists of my first painting Florida.
The project will eventually have paintings of all of the states with the positive images we associate with that state- state flag, state animal, slogan, and their attractions, and in bubbles, some of the shameful things that go on with the animals of that state.
I look forward to almost three weeks of uninterrupted painting in the provided studio space, with support and sharing with the faculty and students there.
"Cat Tales" for Westport River Watershed Alliance benefit
Dedee Shattuck Gallery
Feb 29- March 9, 2019
New MP3 Vegan Paradise features my artwork on front and back cover.
Thank you Mr Hip-- worlds most handsome vegan. So happy to have Bubble Series Separate Not Equal, and Insatiable used in such a perfect way!!
I was honored to emcee the screening of The Last Pig at the Kendall Square Cinema in Boston. After the screening, Compassion Arts presented the first Compassion Arts Award—my painting, A New Dawn, inspired by the film—to Allison Argo, the director of the film.
I was happy to present my artwork and story for the series You Art What You Eat at the Boston Veg Food Fest as part of the Compassion Arts Festival. Other presenters included composer and performer Michael Harren and poet, musician and performer Donald Vincent aka Mr. Hip.
Read the Boston Voyager article "Meet Jane O'Hara."
Listen to Jane's interview on Talking Animals with Duncan Strauss on NPR affiliate WMNF in Tampa, Florida.
Jenny Johnson of New England Dream House interviews artist Jane O'Hara about her work painting animal portraits.