Alden Gallery in Provincetown, MA and Galatea Fine Art in Boston, MA represent Jane Paradise, a Massachusetts photographic artist. Paradise’s work captures the profound and intimate connections between people and their environments worldwide. Whether momentary or permanent, the images reflect a deep felt longing for “home.”
Her photographs have been featured and exhibited in solo shows at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Art Space in Raleigh, Gallery Ehva in Provincetown, Simmons College, Galatea Fine Art in Boston and Houston Center for Photography. Internationally Paradise has shown at the International Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography (Germany, Argentina and Spain), and the Gallery of Photography in Ireland. Paradise was a 2017 and 2014 Photolucida finalist.
Paradise’s work has been included in numerous groups and juried shows including at the New Britain Museum of American Art, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Southeast Museum of Photography, Danforth Art New England Photo Biennial, Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show (Honorable Mention), the Center for Fine Art Photography (juror selection), the Worldwide Photo Biennial (honorable mention), and RayKo Gallery in San Francisco.
She has also curated shows at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum including the 2016 Elman + Holt: The Outer Cape Colony (which includes a catalog) as well as the 2015 After Images show by Amy Arbus.
Her photographs are published in the book “Strength and Grace: Elegy for Love“ as well as in “Summertime, ” a Chronicle book. Her Provincetown dune shack portfolio was featured in Still Points Arts Quarterly.
Paradise’s photographs are in the collection of the Southeast Museum of Photography and in many private collections in the United States and Europe.