Jane Richlovsky has been painting people, houses, and food, mostly on patterned vintage textiles, for thirty years. She scours local thrift stores for the fabrics and the American collective unconscious for the narrative material. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio and followed the path of westward expansion to Seattle, Washington where she now resides.
Her paintings have been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States, including the Museum of Northwest Art, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Bellevue Arts Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, and the Port Angeles Art Center in Washington; Lois Lambert Gallery, JoAnne Artman Gallery, LA Art Show and A Shenere Velt Gallery in California; The Painting Center in New York City; Heineman-Myers Contemporary Art in Bethesda, Maryland; Art Now Miami in Miami Beach; Art Santa Fe; and in Seattle at Linda Hodges, studio e, Zinc Contemporary, Ballard-Fetherston, SAM Gallery, and numerous other venues. She is the recipient of grants from the George Sugarman Foundation, Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation, King County Arts Commission (now 4Culture), and Artist Trust. Her work is included in the collection of the King County International Airport and in private collections around the world.