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Jane Bazinet has emerged as an important American artist. Born in Basile, Louisiana, she began painting during the 60's. Jane studied at Arizona State University for five years and continued studying art thereafter as an apprentice under the able tutelage of several painters. First exhibited in Scottsdale, Arizona, her paintings and prints soon found their ways into collections (both public and private) and galleries across the world.

Although she has worked in numerous mediums, deftly treating a variety of themes, she is best known for her lyrical figurative work, which dwells at a mysterious crossroad between poetic realism and abstract expressionism. She has been recognized as an artist with an extremely personal style and technique, which is romantic and contemporary.


Best in Show Award for "The Orchestra" (left)
and PGA City Hall banner displaying "Garden Entrance"


Mendiolas, one of Jane's colorful abstracts, is featured on the main page of the Coconut Grove Gallery website.


Jane at the Shaw Gallery in November 2008

Women In The Visual Arts used Jane's artwork to promote
an evening of art, music and dancing under the stars.

Jane with her new Abstracts on display at the Shaw Gallery in November 2007

Jane arrives at the Ed Chasen Gallery in Washington, DC for the DC Gala.

Supporting charities with her creativity is an important part of Jane's work. She created and donated her Bra Art (below) to LifeBridge Health for bravo!, an uplifiting event supporting Breast Cancer Awareness in Baltimore, Maryland. More than 700 people attended this event and raised $60,000 for patients being treated at LifeBridge.

Bra Art for Bravo! at LifeBridge Health

Another event in Baltimore on February 1, 2007, inspired by one of her paintings, was "An Evening of Heart & Art", sponsored by The Ladies in Red and Smith Barney for the benefit of the Ciccarone Center for the Prevention of Heart Disease and the newly created Center for Inherited Heart Disease at the Johns Hopkins Heart Institute.

"New Dresses" (above) is the painting that started it all and led to Jane's "Ladies in Red", which represent the international scope of this wonderful event. The ladies are from Baltimore (top left), Madrid (top right), Paris (bottom left) and Vienna (bottom right). Prints are available of these original paintings.

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