Bryan Hollerbach from the Ladue News Magazine writes in his interview with B Extraordinaire Artist, Jane Reed, "One can scarcely go awry with an allusion to the Georgian-era English poetic giant George Gordon, Lord Byron, as Jane Reed’s Beauty in the Night (shown here) suggests. That 24- by 18-inch acrylic on canvas takes its title, more or less, from Byron’s 1814 classic “She Walks in Beauty” and itself dates from 2019. Reed, a Sunset Hills resident, describes it as “a conceptual piece. While painting this work, I wanted to express the ‘flowerness’ of flowers."
Read more of Hollerback's article from July 1, 2021 here.
To learn more about Jane Reed and her artwork , visit bextraordinaire.com/reed-gallery.html
Bryan HollerbachBryan A. Hollerbach serves as LN's copy editor and one of its staff writers. He loves to read, write, impersonate an amateur artist and research all things bibulous.
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