IMAGE OF THE WEEK
Amy Kaps, Victus Versus Self Portrait, 2012, digital c print, 21" x 33". Click here for larger image and more information.
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ABOUT JANE CHAFIN: OFFRAMP
Welcome to Jane Chafin: Offramp, an online art gallery and blog. You'll find online art exhibitions and posts about art, art books, and other topics that matter to the arts community. I'm not a critic (although sometimes critical) and don't usually focus on the latest releases, fads or news. I'm driven more by a desire to share my enthusiasm for wonderful things that inspire and delight.
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ABOUT JANE CHAFIN
Founder and director of Offramp Gallery from 2008-2016, Jane has been an artist, writer, and/or editor for most of her adult life. A former painter and museum registrar, Jane left Los Angeles for New York City in 1998 to pursue a career in journalism. She was editorial director of CultureFinder.com (an original AOL greenhouse project) and did freelance writing on the side. She returned to the Los Angeles area and opened Offramp Gallery in 2008. The gallery closed in 2016.