Jane Constable Hostetler

“The most interesting painting is one that expresses more of what one thinks than of what one sees.” Mark Rothko


As a visual artist, a compelling visual experience is a key goal, though the thought it engages is equally valuable. The works of Mark Rothko, Sean Scully, Louise Nevelson, and James Turell, to name a few,  have provided underlying influences on both a psychological and visual level. Equally influential is an intense observation of the environment, decomposition and renewal, study of primitive and ancient art, architecture, and a long standing immersion in the world of contemporary design and typography.  While working in either oil/cold wax or acrylic/fresco as a medium, these influences are a continual thread in producing an ongoing collection of abstract works. Works that draw the viewer in and allows for personal interaction.

 Current Works 

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Everyday Works!

Simple everyday works ready for purchase. Most pieces in this grouping are a result of workshops I have conducted. If you are interested in creating any one of these, email me @ bluedoorartworks@gmail.com

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