Jane Philips was born and raised in Alabama, USA and holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She works with innovative and traditional materials to create dark, textural environments that she populates with haunting figures. Many of her works are a reflection of her struggle with anxiety and exploration of identity.

She has exhibited in museums across the Southeast United States  and most recently has work displayed in the Wiregrass Museum of Art's Biennial and the Huntsville Museum of Art's Red Clay Survey.

She currently lives in Huntsville, Alabama with her cat, Jazzy, and her dogs Kaylee and River


Kaylee and River are most excellent studio assistants.