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Janet Jeffers

Janet Jeffers is a visual artist using photography to explore intimate and abstract details in the natural and built worlds. Her photography process is based on a practice of mindful exploration and discovery. 

Jeffers received her BA from Towson University and MA in Publications Design from University of Baltimore; she worked in the fields of graphic design, interior design, and broadcasting, before committing to a full-time photography career. 

Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions, including the Baltimore World Trade Center, the Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower, and the Hoffberger Gallery, as well as numerous group exhibitions including Manor Mill Gallery in Monkton, MD; PhotoPlace Gallery in Burlington, Vermont; Maryland Hall for the Arts; Jo Fleming Contemporary in Annapolis, Maryland; and Y:Art in Baltimore, Maryland. She has been featured in print and online publications, including LenscratchDécor Magazine and UpstArt Magazine. Permanent installations of her work include large-scale site-specific wall and window murals, and are displayed in organizations such as Pharmaceutics International, Inc., University of Maryland Medical Systems, and Catholic University. 

In addition, Jeffers is a juror and presenter for numerous photography outlets. She works from a studio in the historic Bromo Seltzer Arts Tower in Baltimore, and lives near Annapolis, Maryland. She is currently represented by Jo Fleming Contemporary in Annapolis.