Jane Hart works with the residents of a Vermont shelter for teenage girls and incarcerated men at Sing Sing, where she facilitates the first-ever art therapy group in a maximum security prison for men. Hart's other passion/occupation is portraiture, including pets and farm animals, exotics and (increasingly) humans. Hart, who is fascinated by faces, tries to uncover not just what the subject looks like, but who he or she is. Before art therapy, Hart was a journalist and author, writing for Glamour, Mademoiselle, Seventeen, Parents, Ladies Home Journal, The New York Times, Town and Country and others. Under the name Jane Marks, she wrote five books, including: The Hidden Children:  The Secret Survivors of the Holocaust.