Jana Charl


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Jana Charl, a native of Los Angeles and a dual US-Swiss
citizen, currently resides on a remote 54,000-acre ranch
in Central Oregon where she creates mixed media works
incorporating materials salvaged from her surroundings.
Her installations, paintings, and sculptures are published
and exhibited worldwide: shown at art galleries, at SFMOMA,
Tate Liverpool, Women’s Museum of California, and at venues
staged simultaneously with the Venice Biennale, Frieze
London, and Art Basel Miami. She has participated in 5 artist
residencies: Spain (Úbeda, Andalusia), Switzerland (Zürich
and Trélex), the country of Georgia (Mtskheta and Tbilisi),
and Iceland (Stöðvarfjörður, East Fjords). She has been
awarded public art projects in California, Oregon,
and Massachusetts, and is currently on the Art in Public
Places Rosters (pre-qualified artist pools) for the Cities of
Palo Alto, Sacramento, and San Antonio. Jana received a
Certificate of Recognition from the California Legislature
Assembly. Her artwork is in the collections of the Brooklyn
Art Library, City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Museum
of Nova Gorica (Slovenia), Mtskheta Municipality, and
Yuko Nii Foundation and in private collections globally.