"Jan Harrison's Dream Animals" Review by Carter Ratcliff, in Hyperallergic. Review by Carter Ratcliff of Jan Harrison's work, which includes background of earlier work, and covers 13 paintings from the series, Animals in the Anthropocene, and Installation of over 200 Tiny Porcelain Sea Creatures and Other Creatures, accompanied by sound work of deep sea creatures and other animals by Gary Weisberg, in solo exhibition, ANIMULA - big little soul, in Gallery South and Gallery North, at 11 Jane St. Art Center, Saugerties, NY..... August 29 - October 4, 2020.
Interview of Jan Harrison's art by Brainard Carey Interview by Brainard Carey for the Museum of Non-Visible Art, Yale Interviews, Praxis Interview Magazine....The recording of the interview can be heard on this link, which includes a discussion of Jan Harrison's visual art as well as speaking and singing in Animal Tongues.
PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art-Article and Podcast Interview with Linda Weintraub Artist Jan Harrison's work explores the connections between human and animal psyches and takes the form of painting, pastel, sculpture, and performance. Jan's essay in the January 2011 issue of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, called "Singing in Animal Tongues: An Inner Journey", describes the origins and scope of Jan's work, including her ability to speak and sing in "Animal Tongues." In this podcast, Jan Harrison and Linda Weintraub discuss Jan's work and the animal beings who help Jan create it.
Wikipedia-Jan Harrison Jan Harrison: Reference and history on Wikipedia, encyclopedia.
Crossing Over to Jan Harrison essay on Jan Harrison's work by George Quasha
ANIMA / ANIMUS The Strange and Beautiful World of Jan Harrison article by Donatella de Rosa, Roll Magazine.
THE ANIMALS LOOK BACK AT US Exhibition curated by Sara Lynn Henry, inspired by Jan Harrison's art, and including the work of seventeen artists: "The artists in this exhibition are in the vanguard of a new movement, which by resonating with the inner life of animals, is opening up a vital dialogue with our fellow sentient beings."
The Animal Nature and the Psyche – The Art of Jan Harrison As part of our blog series dedicated to lost and endangered species in the lead-up to Remembrance Day for Lost Species, ONCA delves into the otherworldy work of New York-based artist Jan Harrison. The words are Jan’s own as she describes the work.
FAMILIARS : Jan Harrison Artist Talk and Animal Tongues 2014 Video: Jan Harrison, Artist Talk and Speaking/Singing in Animal Tongues, Piermont Straus, NY, solo exhibition, April 12, 2014.
Animals and Animality Essay by Jay McDaniel, and images of Jan Harrison's art, on blog.
The Truth of Beauty-Michael Werner's blog Writing, images of 2009 works on paper, and video, having to do with Jan Harrison's life and work, concerning the sacred/profane animal nature.
The Truth of Beauty artist Michael Werner's blog, with section on Jan Harrison's work.
NeoImages.net extensive documentation of paintings, sculpture, installations, performances, and artist's statement *Note: Reproduction or sharing of Images of Jan Harrison's art is not permitted without explicit permission from the artist.
the-artists.org extended database of Twentieth Century and contemporary artists
George Quasha-Art Is artist, poet, and writer, George Quasha's "open-ended video art work in portraiture that registers artists in the act of saying what art is"
AskArt includes biographical information for Jan Harrison, as well as bibliography, essays
Art In Context an online reference library which includes images and information about Jan Harrison
Alan Baer Architect website for the architect Alan Baer, with exhibition designs for Jan Harrison's museum and gallery installations
Art Is-Myth an open-ended video art work by George Quasha on Myth that registers artists in the act of saying what art is
PROJECT: Fresh Green The PROJECT: Fresh Green is an interactive broad database created and compiled by artist Elisa Pritzker. The project is about environmental issues using the arts to present, denounce, reflect and encourage others to take a look at green problems and/or green solutions.
Sparky and Nelson-The Sparky Show curator Nelson Santos' blog about his dog Sparky, and The Sparky Project. Artists create an artwork involving Sparky (or Sparky and Nelson), includes information about exhibition.
The nOHrhythm Project-Gary Weisberg digital composer Gary Weisberg's website, which includes explorations in organized microsound: This piece is inspired by - and uses as a source - the vocals of artist Jan Harrison’s "Animal Tongues".