Mules, by Jane Szabo


Mules, by Jane Szabo


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This photograph is framed. Dimensions: 25.5in x 19.5in

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Jane Szabo received an MFA from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Her award winning photography has been has been exhibited across the United States, including at The Griffin Museum of Photography, Vermont Photo Place Gallery, PhotoSpiva, San Diego Art Institute, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, and The Los Angeles Art Association / Gallery 825.


I my opinion one could substitute the word “tinkerer” for artist. For me, the act of being an artist is the act of working with my hands, creating things out of seemingly nothing or the mundane, making things look beautiful and drawing your attention to details. My photographic work is strongly informed by my history as a painter and mixed media artist.

I approach the act of making art with a sense of freedom to experiment and take risks as I address social and psychological aspects of my self and those around me. I am deeply interested in the human condition and my work explores how we live, how we relate to each other, and how we feel about our self-identity.

Making art is a never-ending process of self-discovery and exploration. One project or idea leads to the next, and the work constantly evolves. It is the most exciting road to travel, and I will stay on it learning, growing and “tinkering” to the very end.