Jane Keyoner received a BFA from University of Nevada in 2010. Her paintings hark back to an age before digital technology. Figures are depicted in isolation, often in front of the sea, to symbolize impermanence, and she favors subjects with great narrative detail. Keyoner’s influences include Edward Hopper, Wayne Thiebaud, and French Impressionists, and oriental prints. Her work has been exhibited locally.
"MY SLIGHT CRITIQUE pic a; in loving memory of a dear one,lost at sea. pic b; a ship on sail is on transit through a strong but tender emotions of a lady."
"WOW! These are truly amazing. I love the detailing and the thoughts provoked from your artworks presence. Do you sell any of them?"
"The first thing i thought when i saw this was that it relates to the recent nuclear plant meltdown in Japan. Through my lense, an asian woman sheds a tear, while holding a boat, whose anchor- is unanc"
"'She is North'- all elements for sadness, the tear. only one tear, where all the pain is concentrated! She, is that the figure depicted of the young woman, or the ship? true. literature has always tre"