The line of Jan Wurm's pencil follows children in and out of the pool as they take watery lessons from freckle-faced, sunburned lifeguards.
Jan Wurm divides her time between Berkeley and L.A., her hand between drawing and painting, and her reading between fiction and nonfiction. Wurm has taught for University of California Berkeley Extension and has lectured extensively as a guest artist. Wurm organizes and facilitates a Guest Artist Lecture Series for the Berkeley Art Center and is actively engaged in expanding the community forum for contemporary art dialogue. Through paintings, drawings, and artists books, Wurm examines daily life and close encounters to reveal aspects of contemporary culture which inform our relationships. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is in collections including the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Achenbach Graphic Arts Foundation, the New York Public Library Print Collection, the Archive Verein der Berliner Künstlerinnen in Berlin, and the Universität für angewandte Kunst in Vienna.
scrutiny jan wurm Published January 20, 2014
chess jan wurm Published January 20, 2014
following jan wurm Published January 20, 2014
shaven jan wurm Published November 17, 2013
road to rome jan wurm Published October 15, 2012
serious play jan wurm Published July 24, 2012
hellas jan wurm Published July 16, 2012
diablo jan wurm Published December 15, 2011