Untitled, 2010, oil on canvas, 10 1/2” x 7 1/2”
“Ranging from grand confettis of color to delicately calligraphed inscripted works on an intimate scale, Jane Logemann’s visual grammar, developed over three decades, finds its aesthetic enchantment and fascination in a proliferation of abstract forms and the reiteration of words in diverse languages. Created in series, her abstractions and often exquisite language works, with their repetitive, lyrical patterns, present variations on several themes. Within these clusters, the range of images and the special attributes of individual works become evident. Moreover the interplay and dialogue between these two great categories disclose abstraction as a language and language as abstraction.”

-- Aimée Brown Price
   Art Historian and Critic, New York

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