Jane Stobart exhibition set for Gibberd Gallery
Lifestyle / Mon 13th Feb 2017 at 06:23pm
Originally from South Shields, Jane has lived in Harlow for 20 years and creates her prints from a studio at her home. In 2012 Jane had a commission for a permanent work for the atrium of the University Centre Harlow, entitled ‘Building Blocks’ made from wooden panels. Jane also formally taught at Harlow College for the Art Foundation course as well as colleges and universities in London.
Prints and drawings of Jane’s are held in the permanent collections of several museums nationally and internationally, including The British Museum, Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, the Ashmolean Museum and the Museum of London. Jane is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Painters -Printmakers and has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions in Kenya, Russia, Australia, Tawain and the USA.
Another aspect of Jane’s vocation is writing and she regularly contributes to the journal ‘Printmaking Today’. She has three published books each relating to different aspects of her practice as an artist; ‘Extraordinary Sketchbooks’ A&C Black, London, 2011, ‘Printmaking for Beginners’ A&C Black, London,2004, ‘Drawing Matters’ A&C Black, London 2005.
Jane Stobart Website – http://www.axisweb.org/p/janestobart/
18th March 12pm – Artist Talk
Jane will be talking about her motivations to explore industrial environments and why the print media has been her artistic fascination. Free event please email [email protected] to book a seat.