This talk will be given in Session One and Session Two
Jane Lincoln will present examples of how color can be understood and manipulated. This demonstration applies not only to fine art but to gardening, fashion, interior design, quilt-making, etc. Color is never seen in isolation and therefore changes like a chameleon in differing environments. Color is complex, but can be simplified so it is malleable. Jane has taught and lectured extensively on color and will use posters and texts to explain the ways to analyze color: hue, value, temperature, chroma, and extension.
Jane has had over thirty solo exhibitions and exhibited at over fifty museums and galleries. She has received over one hundred awards. She is listed in Art in America Guide and Who’s Who in American Art.
She is featured in volume thirty-two of Studio Visit, 2015. Her work is featured in the book Contemporary Cape Cod Artists: On Abstraction by Deborah Forman, 2015.