|artist in all residence, United States
|Jayne Harnett-Hargrove is cross trained in the traditional arts who's output encompasses illustration, bricolage, designing opera costume, and word-wrangling free-style gnovels exploring memory, history and myth — Gleaning narrative shards from the road of memory and personal mythology, threading symbolism and pushing the oft non-sequitur into meaning — where images expand and enlighten our human condition. She has painted and taught on four continents - lending her hands for mentoring, and exhibiting art along the way. Jayne has lived in the shadows of the Rockies, in Joshua Tree desert, and on the Libyan shore of Crete — and continues a globe trotting tradition, for work and other pleasures, as an important part of her inspiration and musing.
|Napoleon '27, The Passion of Joan of Arc '28, Tom Jones '63, Waking Life '01
What reason do you have to believe the earth is flat?