Jane Guthridge is a Colorado artist known for her work in a variety of translucent materials exploring the transformative effects of light and nature. Her move from the Midwest to the abundant sunlight of Colorado inspires her work.
Ms. Guthridge has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally and her work is held in numerous collections Including the Littleton Museum and the U.S. Department of State.
"The abundant sunlight and dramatic skies of Colorado have inspired my work. I have always been interested in looking closely at nature and find that the vast areas of wilderness in the West allow for a deeper contemplation of the ethereal qualities of the natural world - the rich colors of the land, the gentle curve of plants, the patterns of dappled light through trees. I abstract and reconfigure these patterns to convey the underlying rhythms and harmonies of our environment, creating a space that is somewhere between the real and the imagined."