Jane Piper (1916-1991) is noted for her abstract paintings based on natural forms. She often used still life motifs. She states: "I don't always paint directly from the feelings I have about something. Often I paint against them. I'd like to have my paintings appear to have been breathed onto the canvas - as if the act of painting is effortless." She studied with Daniel Garber at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and at The Barnes Foundation. Later she studied with Hans Hoffman.
Other works by: Jane Piper