Photographs by Jane Robbins Kerr





Baptism, Moon Lake, Mississippi











Yesterday and Today, Paintings and Photographs by Jane Robbins Kerr..........

exhibition at the Atlanta Photography Group Gallery through Saturday, June 13

                                                                             
Pictures from the Gallery






                                                                              

Recent Exhibitions, Events and Collections................



      "A New Way Home", Jane Robbins Kerr
      Capps Archives and Museum, Delta State University,  Cleveland, Mississippi, Opening Mid-March

     

     A Body of Work is now included in the Permanent Collection

     of  The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Atlanta, Georgia

     

     Jane Robbins Kerr was Nominated for the

     Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters

     Award for Photography for 2014


     The work of Jane Robbins Kerr is included

     in the collection of The Do Good Fund | Southern Photography Initiative


       photo of Hallelujah Lady

      Hallelujah Lady........discussed in a recent Public Radio segment which talks about the Do Good Fund and the work of Jane Robbins Kerr
-Georgia Public Broadcasting...............  On Second Thoughts
 




A New Way Home
Link to a gallery of works in the exhibition.

"After traveling the world, I returned to Mississippi and a new world, a new home in the Delta" Jane Robbins Kerr





The work of Jane Robbins Kerr is included in the collection of The Do Good Fund | Southern Photography Initiative with the following scheduled shows.................

Southern Exposures: The Do Good Fund Photographs - Lamar Dodd Art Center, LaGrange College, LaGrange, GA, October 24 -December 19, 2014. Opening Reception, October 24th, 6-8pm.

Behind the Lens: Women Photographers on Appalachia and the South - Tipton St. Gallery, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, March 2-29, 2015. Opening Reception, March 6, 2015.



More collections and exhibitions listed here





Older Exhibitions and Galleries..................


Out of the Blue, Jane Robbins Kerr

Shown at

A Novel Experience, Zebulon, Georgia.
Church of the Atonement




Archive of works in the exhibition "Out of the Blue".





"Instead of entering retirement, Jane Kerr has energetically explored her present and past through creative writing, expressive paintings, and both colour and black and white photography. She has studied with photographers, writers, and spiritual leaders (the late John Daido Loori was influential as a photographer in addition to establishing a famed Buddhist Temple.)
A native of Mississippi, for the last several years Jane has returned to the rural environment from which she fled (or literally flew from as a flight attendant for Delta Airlines) over 50 years ago. She has photographed extensively in her native south.... "
Bill Gillespie, Photography Center of Atlanta





Slide show

Archive of work from the 2008 exhibition at "Ole Miss", The University of Mississippi








Paintings by Jane Robbins Kerr are featured in a coffee house scene in the New Line Cinema film, Hall Pass starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis (filmed in the Atlanta area). Here is one of them ..........




Slide Show of Paintings by Jane Robbins Kerr


More Paintings!











Seeing Red, Photographs by Jane Robbins Kerr was exhibited in Atlanta and Mississippi.








Photographs from a 2009 Exhibition by Jane Kerr at the Cottonlandia Museum in Greenwood, Mississippi


The Delta and Beyond





Photographs from a 2009 Exhibition by Jane Kerr at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, Atlanta, Georgia



A New Slant on the South

Several works by Jane R. Kerr are featured in the exhibition, Southern Memories : Part One curated by John A. Bennette at the historical Whiskey Bonding Barn in Molena, Georgia. Details can be found at www.slowexposures.org.



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