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Jane Wilson

Jane originally studied printed textile design and spent many years in the fashion industry before becoming a full time artist. Her vibrant, joyful, multi-layered paintings currently explore the concept of interconnectivity from a unique perspective. Her inspiration comes from living in the South West and its coast, landscape, flora and fauna.

She has exhibited widely in the UK and recently had work accepted for The Royal Society of British Artists 2023 Bicentenary Exhibition, The Society of Wildlife Artists Natural Eye 2022 and 2023 exhibitions and was the winner of The Dry Red Press Award at The Royal Watercolour Society’s 2022 Exhibition. She lives and works in Looe, Cornwall and  is a member of The Polperro Arts Foundation.

Mixed Media and Collaged Paintings

Through her multi-layered approach Jane explores, constructs and investigates layers both physically but also metaphorically. Her artworks are painted from memory and are of memories. Memories are built in layers; slices of sensation, sights, sounds, feelings, emotions, actions, time and place.

Print of a collage of the "Nearly Home" trees by Jane Wilson

Our Favourite Pieces

Each piece is beautifully handmade and unique, we have selected a few of our favourites to show you.

Collage of a boat and sun in a white frame on a beach by Jane Wilson

Cornish Coastal Inspired Framed Artworks

Look closely at the detail in Jane’s collages and you might see snippets of print from books on Cornwall, hand printed patterns and flecks of paint as she layers up different media to create her vibrant artwork.

Print of a collage of a tin mine on the cliff by Jane Wilson

Mixed Media Collage of Cornish Landmarks

Jane’s range of prints depicting Cornish scenes such as engine houses clinging to the cliffs, St Michael’s Mount and the iconic “Nearly Home” trees are produced from original works and are an inexpensive way to add some joy to your walls.


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