The Botanical Tyranny Dollhouse- Jane Rainwater
Jane Rainwater Artist’s statement:
My work is beautiful and ugly. People are often attracted to the aesthetics of an image or object that stimulates desire. Decorative objects are collected and exhibited in the home as status symbols of affluence and refinement. My work engages the viewer with its seemingly innocent decorative delight; yet upon closer examination the work challenges and questions our attraction by revealing darker truths. I explore the hidden cost inherent in most of what we find seductively attractive with my drawings, installations, sculptures and videos.
Jane Rainwater Short Bio:
Jane Rainwater grew up in Westport, CT and currently lives in Andover, CT. She teaches art and design at several colleges and universities in Connecticut. She is also the owner of Rainwater Design. She holds a MFA from The Art Institute of Boston, and a BFA from The Hartford Art School. Jane Rainwater received a Radius Emerging Artist Fellowship from The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT. Jane has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the country.