Jane Krensky


The Agony of Defeat
California Grid Lock
Big Red
Pecking Order
Cadillac Hotel
Counter Offer
Lip Service


Boys From the Hood
The Road Not Taken
Brighton Beach Memories
The Local
The Coffee Cup
Four Wild and Crazy Guys
The Good Life
The French Blend
Wales 2
Wales 1

Everything Else

Belly Up to The Bar Boys
Swimsuite Competition Yellow
Make My Day
The Blues
Burning Rubber
The Vineyard
Coffee Klatch
Tony’s Place
The Road Less Traveled
The Girls of Summer

New York

Bird Woman of Central Park
Diamonds are a Girl’s ….
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall …
Commuter Generated
Times Square or Bust
New York Wash
Winter Wonderland

Jane Krensky is a street photographer. For 38 years she has traveled the world capturing images of everyday people living their lives, from the ordinary to the extraordinary.

Jane Krensky’s body of work speaks to examining the human spirit on many levels.  Her black and white and hand-colored prints invite the viewer to see a part of themselves in her images.

Krensky is a self-taught artist. She still uses a 35mm film camera and prints silver gelatin prints in her darkroom.  Many of the images are then hand-colored using oil paints and pencils. All of Jane’s work is archival and done by hand. All images are limited editions and hand signed by the artist.

Jane Krensky’s photographs can be found in corporate collections worldwide, including Coca-Cola Foundation, Paramount Pictures, Security Pacific National Bank, Boston University, Taco Bell Corporation and Universal Studios.

There have been a number of Hollywood notables who have added Krensky’s work to their private collections.

Of her work, Krensky says “Life is about connection and familiarity and by looking into the lives of others, we see ourselves.”