Place of birth: Elmhurst, Illinois
Training: Colorado Institute of Art (Advertising, 1981); San Antonio Art Institute (1991); University of Texas at San Antonio (B.F.A. 1993: M.F.A., 2000)
Profile: Multidisciplinary artist (sculpture, ceramics, drawing)
Residencies: Two-month residency partially funded by the N.E.A., at Sculpture Space in Utica, New York (2006). Constructed ten, four-foot tall steel armatures based on the “banana people” from the OmiGosh Series.
Professional Affiliations: Co-founder of the cactus bra Space, which today is the longest running alternative space for emerging artists in San Antonio. (1993-present)
Brief Exhibition History: Works included in the following exhibitions: International Sculpture Center, Hamilton, NJ; University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, NM; Laredo Center for the Arts, TX; Art Museum of South Texas Institute for the Arts, Corpus Christi, TX; Art Alliance Center at Clearlake, TX; McNay Art Museum and Southwest School of Arts and Craft, San Antonio, TX; Mass Gallery, Austin, TX.
May 10 - June 16, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, May 10, 7 - 11 PM
San Antonio, Texas 78210
Stemming from Jayne's infatuation with the concept of space: inside, outside, illusionistic, real, imagined, occupied,
and unoccupied, Infestation uses the architecture of nature as inspiration to examine the way an idea can manifest over time.