Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Summer 2018

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32 Summer 2018 | Wake Forest 27587 Magazine Portrait of an artist Jane Steelman S 'There's a glow in pastels you can't get with any other medium' I t's about those cherished moments, thoughts of which inevitably come rushing forward to the here and now. Such was the case of Jane Steelman's, the memories being those of her young daughter, Heather, long ago marching in a July 4th parade while holding her hamster in a cage and, another time, riding her bicycle, with the aid of training wheels and the safeguard of a helmet. And for this artist — then living in North Raleigh with her husband, Max, before they were drawn to settle in the place of that parade, Wake Forest — those were the inspiration for "A Soldier's Reason: Little Liberty," the national 1st place winner in the pastel category in this year's Daughters of the America Revolution competition. "ere's a glow in pastels you can't get with any other medium," she said. KATHRYN RENDE Artist Jane Steelman at the 311 Gallery in Raleigh's downtown warehouse district. She traces her interest in art to lessons while going to middle school in Winston-Salem.

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