Jansen's work is now in the permanent collection of many prestigious museums nationally and internationally, including the Smithsonian in Washington DC, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art and The National Taiwan Museum of Fine art.
He currently has a traveling museum show on a world tour, with dates in Europe and the US. A Documentary movie on the artist has just been released to critical acclaim, as well as the second book published about him this year, containing input from well known international art critics and art history experts. When you stand in front of Jansen's work, the reason he's getting so much attention is self evident. As he continues garnering recognition and notoriety through institutions and academic channels, history shows us that this ultimately leads to high level commercial success, which is why certainly Jansen is an artist to watch closely and collect if you can.
Not bad for a gent who used to sell his works on the sidewalk at Broadway and Prince in NYC."
Jansen is known for his large scale institutional works. Epic scenes depicting a narrative that captures and engrosses you until you are totally absorbed and lost in the work. Many collectors can't fit a 10ft x 20ft painting in their homes, so recently Jansen created a series of 16"x20" canvases that very cleverly portrayed the feel and message of the larger works.
Castle Fitzjohns Gallery