Color Spaces by Berkshire Artist Jane Hudson

At The Left Bank, North Bennington, VT

By: - Aug 24, 2018

Recent Gouache Paintings by Jane Hudson
The Left Bank, North Bennington, VT||
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Born in New York City of artist parents, Jane Hudson has pursued the life of an artist through rock music, video art, photography and painting as well as teaching artists for many years at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Over the past two years, Hudson has been exploring the relationship of color and form, reflecting on the work of early Modernists, e.g, Kandinsky, Miro and Sonia Delaunay. The medium is gouache wherewith one may explore the washes of watercolor as well as the opacity of denser media (acrylic, oil). This versatility allows for the layering of color within active geometric forms. 

Hudson received an NEA grant for her work in Video, and showed large abstract paintings in Boston at the Atlantic Gallery, Nielsen Gallery and Segal Gallery in Boston. She is also a composer and musical performer.

She now lives in Williamstown, MA.