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. She
was recently honored by being selected for the Artists in Embassies program and
being featured in "Five Artists to Collect Now" by 5280 Home magazine. Her
work was included in "Swept Away, Translucence, Transparence, Transcendence
in Contemporary Encaustic" at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in 2013 and the
Hunterdon Art Museum in 2014, "Pattern" at the Attleboro Arts Museum in 2016,
and "Depth Perception" at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in 2017. Her installation
"Reflected Light" was exhibited in 2016 at the Center for Visual Arts in"Colorado
Women in Abstraction", curated by Michael Paglia, art critic and author of
several books on abstraction. She was awarded artist residencies at Breckenridge
Creative Arts, Jentel Artist Residency and RMCAD. In 2008 she was honored as
the "Artist of Recognition" by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, and
with the generous sponsorship of The Kittredge Foundation she represented the
United States in "The International Biennale of Contemporary Art" in Florence,
Italy in 2003 and 2005.
Her work is contained in the collections of Charles Schwab, Colorado State Bank
and Trust, First National Bank of Colorado, Four Seasons, Kaiser Permanente,
Littleton Museum, PNC Bank, Raymond James, Texas State University, Wells Fargo
and the U.S. Department of State, among others.