"The inspiration for my work is found in the temporal world, in both organic and man-made environments. Especially in the patterns created by humankind and those formed by nature."
Janie Milstein (b. Dallas, TX) received her BA in Literary Arts from the University of Texas, Dallas. She continued her academic studies in the Fine Arts and Design at El Centro College, Brookhaven College, both in Dallas. After moving to New York City she furthered her education at the Art Students League of New York, where she was awarded the annual Scholarship of Merit. She was selected for the Tower 49 Invitational exhibition by Bruce Dorfman (2006). She participated in the Small Works exhibition in the Manhattan Borough President’s office in New York, NY (2012); Women of the League at AT Kearny Company, New York, NY (2012); her work was selected for the Seventh Annual NoHo ArtWalk, New York, NY by Juror Harriet Fields (2010); and for the Spring Brush Show at the Pen & Brush in New York, NY by Juror Pamela Koob (2008). Her solo exhibition, Reflections on the Grid, curated in 2012 at Saint Peter’s Narthex Gallery in New York, NY, featured both mixed media sculptural constructions and line drawings. After twelve years of living in New York City, Milstein returned to her native state of Texas. She resided first in Austin, where she was a founding member of the Artist Group at Canopy and Artists 916, fostering growth in the burgeoning artist community. Milstein now lives and works in Dallas, Texas and is a Resident Artist at the Goldmark Cultural Center.