Jeane Vogel

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Regarding her fiber works:

Woven as the last in the COVID series in 2021, this tapestry speaks to the roller coaster of emotions, fear, rage, frustration, and hope of the year. The tapestry was Conceived before the appearance of the Omicron variant, but represents a common feeling as we ended 2021. Red has been showing up a lot in the works in this series. Red is anger, red is fear, red is frustration, red is danger, red is raising an alarm. Wool warp & weft. 13×19 inches.

Born in 1956 in Saint Louis, MO, Jeane Vogel has studied photography and art since high school. She holds a BA from the University of Missouri.

Vogel has exhibited extensively in solo and group shows throughout North America, including Phoenix Gallery, Chelsea, NY; St. Louis University Museum of Art, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, Rosenzweig Gallery of Judea, North Carolina; Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego, Nicolet Museum, Wisconsin, and HUC Gallery, Los Angeles.

Permanent collections

The Nicolet Museum in Wisconsin, Women of Reform Judaism gallery, Manhattan, and many corporate and synagogue galleries throughout the country.

Awards

Artist residency in social practice at the University of Zhongshan, People’s Republic of China in July 2014.

Awards in photography and mixed media, including Best of Show (2D), Best in Category (Mixed Media, Photography), Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit in juried exhibits and fairs in Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Wisconsin.

Jeane Vogel is represented currently by several galleries in St. Louis and Door County, WI

Selected solo exhibitions

“Momento Chai,” CRC Gallery, 2009, St. Louis; images from which were published as the Women of Reform Judaism Art Calendar (2009); “Sacred Movement,” Third Degree Gallery, Feb-March. 2011, St. Louis; “What the Eye Cannot See,” St. Louis, and many other shows.

View this artist’s recent posts here.

www.vogelpix.com

jeane@vogelpix.com

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