Jeane Myers is an abstract oil painter whose repertoire spans many periods that build upon each other, retaining her distinct and recognizable wabi-sabi aesthetic that transcends the divide of humanity and nature. Most works are heavily layered and textured, and the tools used to scrape back layers and uncover or reveal the art piece itself are as raw and unique as the effect on the eye. Her creative process is always unplanned but the tools and color palette are ceremoniously the same. Jeane describes her simple color palette as comforting and familiar, however the end effect can leave the viewer with a sense of discomfort as easily as a soothing familiarity.
Awkward is beautiful because it is honest, it's real, and it's unique. The collection as a whole portrays a surprising diversity in color emphasis and her abstract simplicity is bold, nuanced, and dramatic. As though the art were always there waiting to be uncovered, Jeane Myers reveals visual truth in what she describes as her process of honesty. She relies heavily on this concept in her work, believing that if she is honest with herself in production, her creations will reflect that, and in the end the viewer can find a truth of their own in her paintings.