About the Artist


Jeane Vogel is a multi-media artist who works in tapestry, fiber, mixed media, and photography. Issues of cultural identity, justice, feminine strength, and connection to antiquity are central to her art practice. Her work often responds to the world about her and incorporates traditions that are common to many cultures.

She is keenly aware that fiber artists stand on the shoulders of thousands of generations of grandmothers who provided the basics of life, but didn’t forget to add beauty and intention to their cloth. Fiber work — tapestry and stitched work — attempt and calm meditative practice. Jeane looks at tapestry as a narrative art form, telling stories through symbols, colors, and patterns that evoke memories, stir emotions, and spark ideas.

She is a juried Fellow in the international Jewish Art Salon, a member of the American Guild of Judaic Art, American Tapestry Alliance, British Tapestry Group, Handweavers Guild of America, Women’s Caucus for Art, and other groups. She was selected as a featured artist in the book, Best of America Photography 2010. 

Jeane Vogel exhibits her photography, mixed media, and tapestries in galleries, and exhibits throughout North America.  In addition to photographic art, Jeane produces work in clay, pastels, and watercolors.

She lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

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