Jana Hope is a Denver based artist specializing in natural and surreal imagery. In 2013, Jana launched her art career as a member of Converge Denver. Since then Jana's fine art and murals can be seen throughout Colorado in public and private collections. Jana creates custom art upon request, including murals, jewelry and specialty items.
Jana Hope also provides art lessons, paint parties and other creative entertainment to the Colorado area with her mobile arts entertainment business, Go Gogh Party.
2016- Bardo’s Coffee, Denver CO.
2015- Crabtree Brewing, Greeley CO.
2018- Artists Being Artists, Twenty Brew Taphouse, Westminster CO.
2018- Discovery Tap House, Wheat Ridge CO.
2017- Juicy Art Market, Denver, CO.
2017- Visions, 3 Square Gallery, Ft. Collins CO.
2016- The Gallery on 8th, Denver CO.
2016- Converge Denver, Denver CO.
2015- Hooked on Colfax, Denver, CO.
2015- Next Door Lounge, Denver, CO.
2015- Red Wolf Gallery, Denver, CO.
2015- Open Media Foundation, Denver, CO.
2015- DADA Art Bar, Denver CO.
2015- Long Trail Glass, Denver CO.
2014- Paseo del Arte, LOHI Community Plaza, Denver CO.
2014- Spectrum RAW Boulder, The Absinthe house, Boulder CO.
2014- RiNo Art Safari, Denver, CO.
2013- 5th Annual RAWards, City Hall, Denver CO.
2013- Flora Living Boutique and Gallery, Denver CO.
2013- Expressions RAW Denver, City Hall, Denver CO.
2013- Director’s Highlight Honors, 5th Annual RAWards, Denver CO.
2008- National Art Honors Society, Horizon High School graduation, Thornton CO.
2015- The Brooklyn Art Library, New York NY.
2013-2018- Several Private Collections
2017- Arvada Arts and Culture Committee, Arvada CO.
2013- RAW: Natural Born Artist Network, Denver CO.
2013- Founding member of Converge Denver, coworking for creatives, Denver CO.
2008- National Art Honors Society, USA.
2016- Art on Tap - Rackhouse mural, public art, Denver CO. In collaboration with Moe Gram as public outreach and fundraising for arts initiatives.
2013- Urban Arts Fund mural at 38th Ave and I-25 underpass, public art, Denver CO. In collaboration with Daniel Chavez, Brenda Cleary, and students from Emily Griffith High School.
Melanie J. Rice, “Denver Gets Bazaar,” Met Media, July 25th 2014, http://mymetmedia.com/the-metropolitan/features/denver-gets-bazaar/
Joe Vaccaretti, “Denver Urban Art Mural Transforms Graffiti Hot Spot,” The Denver Post, Oct. 31st 2013, http://www.denverpost.com/denver/ci_24411498/denver-urban-art-mural-38th-avenue