“Jane Hamilton Hovde”

 July 21 – August 26 , 2107

You have unquestionably won a position as one of the leading artists of the Northwest.” Said her mentor Richard Fuller, former President and Director of the Seattle Art Museum

Jane Hamilton Hovde, a Puget Sound native was born in 1921 on the “Northwest” tugboat enroute to Anacortes… she is known for semi-abstract painting, symbolism, and drawing. Click here to read more about.

To enjoy the diversity of work that Jane created during her life make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom of the page. We still have many of the unframed works in the gallery.

The exhibition also included a number on paintings done in either oil or acrylic on board or canvas. Click here to enjoy the work.

By clicking the thumbnail images below you will be able to view details about each individual piece. You can then click on the image to see a larger version.

 

Framed works on paper:

Unframed works on paper: