Jane Rosen

Jane Rosen Press: A Conversation with Jane Rosen: Hawk Story, September 21, 2018 - Richard Whittaker

A Conversation with Jane Rosen: Hawk Story

September 21, 2018 - Richard Whittaker

I met Jane Rosen not long after I’d begun publishing an art magazine. She was living in a rented house on a horse ranch near San Gregorio Beach forty miles south of San Francisco, and was unmistakably, a New Yorker. In fact, she was having a hard time making a decision. Would she make her career in New York, where she already had a great start, or trust her chances in northern California in the Bay Area? She’d gone back and forth, literally, over a period of some years from East Coast to West Coast and back. She’d taught at the School of Visual Arts in NYC and at Stanford in Palo Alto. And at one point, she was offered a tenured position at Bard, where she’d be teaching with a close friend, Judy Pfaff.  

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Introspective Magazine: "The Enduring Appeal and Extraordinary Breadth of Equine Art" features Thomas Hager, Jane Rosen, and Suzy Spence

March 25, 2017 - Ted Loos, Introspective Magazine

"Manhattan’s Sears-Peyton Gallery exhibits several artists who could be said to focus on the mane event, including Jane Rosen and Thomas Hager. The California-based Rosen paints and sculpts horses and other wildlife on her ranch, working with equal virtuosity across a variety of media, from hard Provençal limestone to soft charcoal on paper. Hager, for his part, does cyanotypes and pigment prints of horses, giving an elegiac and timeless quality to his subjects.

"Another Sears Peyton artist, Brooklyn- and Vermont-based Suzy Spence puts her own modern-day spin on English sporting art. “I love these paintings, with all their tension and complexity, and I return to them again and again,” says Spence, who makes loosely painted, charmingly gestural scenes. “They’ve come to represent refinement, but what many people don’t know is that this manly sporting life was actually quite debauched.” Spence cites both the Lascaux cave paintings and painter Susan Rothenberg’s well-known contemporary series of abstracted horses as secondary inspirations."


JANE ROSEN in Works & Conversations

November 12, 2014 - Richard Whittaker

Jane Rosen interviewed by Richard Whittaker

JANE ROSEN, 7x7 Magazine

January 19, 2013 - by Lauren Goodman and Katherine Krause

Jane Rosen featured in 7x7 Magazine's The Artist's Stuido; Six world- class artists open their Bay Area studios.

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JANE ROSEN: Looking With Your Whole Body

August 1, 2011 - by Richard Wittaker

Jane Rosen interviewed in Parabola Magazine

JANE ROSEN Sears-Peyton, Parabola Magazine

September 1, 2010 - by Tracy Cochran

Jane Rosen reviewed in Parabola Magazine, Editors's blog

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JANE ROSEN Sears-Peyton, Sculpture Magazine

October 1, 2008 - by Jan Garden Castro

Jane Rosen reviewed in Sculpture Magazine

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