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"Jan Heaton: The Market"
The artist's visits to farmers' markets have yielded vivid watercolor images that capture the essence of plants
Arts Review  March 10, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"..."Jan Heaton: The Market"Davis Gallery, 837 W. 12th, 512/477-4929 Through April 16 (artist demonstration every Wed., noon-2pm)..."

Jan Heaton: Watercolor in her blood
Watercolor master Jan Heaton, who's been painting since she could hold a brush, explains how she makes art
Arts Story  July 27, 2007, by Barry Pineo
"...For most of her professional life, Austin's Jan Heaton has worked as a graphic designer, illustrator, and calligrapher. Five years ago, after getting laid off from her longtime advertising job, Heaton decided to search for a place to show her beloved watercolors..."

"Jan Heaton: New Watercolors"
When a true artistic talent is at home with watercolor, the results are stirring, and so it is with Jan Heaton
Arts Review  July 23, 2004, by Robi Polgar
"..."Jan Heaton: New Watercolors"Wally Workman Gallery, through July 31..."

Wayne Alan Brenner's Top 10 Arts-Related Program Activities of 2016
Uncommon combinations – dance with horses, music with robots, drama with a Tesla coil – made the year unforgettable
Arts Story  December 29, 2016, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...7) "JAN HEATON: THE MARKET" (Davis Gallery) As stained glass is so often the choice of illuminating what goes on in a church of soaring dimensions, so watercolors are Jan Heaton's choice of illuminating what goes on in the even greater cathedrals of nature. YMMV regarding which gambit will get you closer to heaven, but there's no denying that Heaton's painterly skills and color sense border on the divine...."

As she gears up to lead the Travel Channel's Epicurious on a Central Texas barbecue tour, Virginia B. Wood still finds the time to fill you in on the good news and the bad news among Austin foodies.
Food Column  August 22, 2003, by Virginia B. Wood
"...25, from 11am to 10pm, so be sure to stop by for pizza while you're checking out all the stores in the new wing of the mall... Those of us who are lucky enough to be personal friends of graphic artist Jan Heaton have prized collections of her handmade greeting cards bearing the stunning watercolor prints she does of various fruits and plants..."

In this bone-dry summer, one gallery group show has water in abundance
Arts Story  July 8, 2011, by Robert Faires
"...Some call to mind rivers through the flora and fauna found around and in them: the mesmerizing translucent blooms of Jan Heaton's watercolor River Dance; the stringy stalks and brightly hued rings drifting through Ryan Coover's two River Blooms watercolor and pastels; the shadowy, forlorn reeds tipped with orange in Angie Renfro's Alone, together; the succulent-looking wild berries embroidered by Diana Atchetee in her fruit series; and in Margie Crisp's Siren Song, the great blue heron holding in its beak its next meal, a salamander, whose curvy body echoes the serpentine neck that it's soon to be sliding down...."

Much ado about Manor Road; plus, Ahmad Modoni returns from Oaxca and sadness at the Chicago Dog House
Food Column  November 18, 2005, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Check out their new fall menu at Austin restaurateur Ahmad Modoni, co-owner of Manuel’s and Changos and his partner, graphic artist Jan Heaton, have just returned from a week-long visit to the Mexican state of Oaxaca, where they observed the elaborate celebrations for Dia de los Muertos in the capital city and surrounding villages..."

Top 4 Classical Music Forces (and Visual-Art Event) of 2004
Arts Story  January 7, 2005, by Robi Polgar
"...Okay, a nonclassical music event that lingers in the memory: Jan Heaton's show at Wally Workman Gallery. Exquisite watercolors by a wonderful artist...."

Two 'Hot' for Your Eyes
The 187-artist Red Hot • Red Dot Sale at Women & Their Work brings together artwork from a diverse swath of Austin's creative community
Arts Story  September 17, 2004, by Rachel Koper
"...Clark Gallery), now living in Arizona, mailed in a piece. Top Wally Workman Gallery artists contribute, folks like Jan Heaton, Gordon Fowler, and Mary Fischer..."

The nature of nonprofits; plus, the scoop on this week's culinary calendar
Food Column  June 9, 2006, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Look for such attractions as pick-your-own fields, food-and-beverage concessions, designated picnic areas, mazes, gifts, crafts, skin care, and aromatherapy products. The painted note card with a lavender recipe by the Austin mother-and-daughter team of graphic artist Jan Heaton and chef Allison Heaton is only one example of the many items available..."

A Grand Affair
With work by 30 artists, this show is like a mixed chocolate box of visual delights
Arts Review  January 16, 2009, by Rachel Koper
"...The gallery is focused on art made by überconsistent producers such as Will Klemm, Erin Cone, and Gordon Fowler. Others are respected fixtures of the local scene but have a few more undulations in the limns of their interests, such as Jennifer Balkan, Helmut Barnett, Jan Heaton, Susan Kemner Reed, and Jill Carver..."

Austin Critics Table Nominations, 2003-2004
The full list of nominations for the 2003-2004 Austin Critics Table Awards, recognizing outstanding achievements in local theatre, dance, classical music, and visual art
Arts Story  May 14, 2004, by Robert Faires
"..."Aqua Fresca: Jan Heaton," Wally Workman Gallery..."

TV Eye
For those of us nervously watching the erosion of civil liberties and human rights, the next film in the 'Independent Lens' series, 'Life Matters,' is something of a wistful homage to what seems to be of little value these days
Screens Column  January 16, 2004, by Belinda Acosta
"...Patricia Heaton (Everybody Loves Raymond) and Jeff Daniels (Gods and Generals) star in Neil Simon's The Goodbye Girl, a slightly updated version of the 1977 film, also written by Simon. Picturesque New York street scenes and an apartment to die for are the best elements of this lukewarm remake, premiering Friday (Jan..."

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