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Fine artist Jamy Kahn began her art career at the height of the Neo-expressionist movement and debuted in Paris, France in 1986 at the Galerie Beau Lézard. Within that year, Jamy was chosen for a solo exhibit alongside Lily Tomlin during her one woman play, “The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe” at the James Doolittle Theatre in Los Angeles.
Jamy also joined forces with the highly respected Stella Polaris Gallery in Los Angeles. Within this esteemed stable of artists, Kahn was chosen to show her work alongside Andy Warhol’s original works, by gallery curator and owner, Peter Nelson.
Throughout her life’s path, Jamy has been profoundly influenced by her studies in architecture, and psychology and is a very active and a deeply passionate artist. A graduate of UCLA in Environmental / Architectural Design, Jamy’s diverse background influences her compelling and complex work.
ABOUT THE ART
ABSTRACTION is a language which speaks to me. I love languages, and every form of art represents a vehicle of communication. I feel that abstract expressionism reaches deep into the unconscious mind allowing paint, color and shapes, patterns, textures and mixed media etc. to take on forms and thoughts within our own imagination. In my “Story Pieces” and Box Paintings I may paint a bigger canvas surface and then extract a section which to me, represents a particular emotion, vision, or thought. Proceeding forward as a part of the process of creating, my pieces contain messages, meanings , words, and secret forms to be discovered.