Debra Priestly

Tracey Cockrell, Seaweed Remembers the Sounds of the Oceans: Seaweed Soundgarden #4, 2019, Sound Sculpture, Seaweed (Kelp), ebony, compact electronic components, audio (fog horns in Bay of Fundy, Eastport, ME), 18.5′′ x 20.5′′ x 3.5′′


An Other Music

Tracey Cockrell

Oct 29 – Dec 11



Sat. Dec 10, 4-6pm

Tracey Cockrell
Poemophone: Transposition
An evening of cacophonous reading


Sun. Nov 20, 2-4pm

Making Papyrus with Vegetables
Instructor: Tracey Cockrell


An Inclusive Arts Organization

Jane St. Art Center is woman owned and operated organization, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive creative environment. All customers, artist applicants and employees are welcome without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Jane St. Art Center is wheelchair accessible to the right of the building behind in the parking lot.


Jane St. Art Center is a multifaceted environment that supports diverse artistic expression and exploration, featuring installation, art and performance.

We foster new works or works-in-progress by established artist and exceptional emerging artists who create multidisciplinary art. Our gallery is dedicated to solo and collaborative works, spanning both galleries, creating an immersive experience for the audience. 

Gallery North is dedicated to installation and performance including film, spoken word, dance etc. Gallery South is dedicated to 2D and 3D works. We also offer art:incubated residencies, classes, lectures, performance and events. Art:Incubated!

Upcoming Exhibits

11 Jane Street

Our 2022 Season

April 2 – May 8, Patricia Miranda

May 14 – June 19, Traci Horgen

June 25 – July 31, Melinda Stickney-Gibson with Collaborators

Aug 6 – Sept 11, René Moncada

Sept 17 – Oct 23, Debra Priestly

Oct 29 – Dec 4, Tracey Cockrell

Featured Artist

Debra Priestly strange fruit 32

Tracey Cockrell, Maine Farmlands Harvest: Sound Study #5 (Allium Cepa), 2020, Sound Sculpture, Vegetable papyrus, ebony, compact electronic components, audio (pollinating insects at Rolling Acres Farm, Jefferson, ME), 11′′ x 10.5′′ x 3′′

Tracey Cockrell

Tracey Cockrell is a transdisciplinary artist who frequently collaborates with other artists, writers, and musicians. Cockrell is faculty in the MFA in Studio Art at Maine College of Art & Design, is a visiting faculty member in sculpture at Bennington College, and teaches at Zea Mays Printmaking.


Thursday 12-5
Friday-Saturday 12-6
Sunday 12-5
& Showing by Appointments
Closed Holidays



11 Jane St Suite A,

Saugerties, NY 12477

(845) 217-5715

Jane St Art Center