Jeane Vogel is an award-winning photographer, mixed media, and tapestry artist who has spent nearly 40 years crafting art with light and lenses. She uses traditional and experimental tools and techniques to expose the world of Nature, faith and humankind in a singular light. In 2015, she was named a fellow in the Jewish Art Salon. Her fine art can be seen at vogelpix.com
Jeane sees the world in layers. Under the landscape surface is a story. The story reveals a culture. The culture tells a secret. Like a curtain being pulled aside, revealing another world, her work looks beyond what we see to bring an alternate vision of the world into focus.
Her professional volunteer work has included:
- Faces Not Forgotten, portraits of St. Louis young people killed by gun violence .
- Missouri Adoption Heart Gallery Project, through which professional photographers volunteer their time to produce fine art portraits of foster children available for adoption.
- Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Foundation, which offers bereavement infant photography at no cost to help parents and families heal.
- Women’s Caucus for Art, St. Louis and national board.
- American Guild of Judaic Art national board.
Since 2013, she has been the Executive Director of Webster Arts, a nonprofit arts organization. She works in her studio in St. Louis, MO. She is married to Steve Sorkin, Together they have two grown, Aaron, 24 and Hannah, 20.
Jeane is happy to talk about her work. Call or email her! More information about projects and bodies of work are found on her websites, at left.