Jane Adams is a local artist from Liverpool, trained at Liverpool John Moores University, completing a B Ed. (Hons) in Art Design and Technology, in 1997 and an M.A. in Multimedia Art in 2002. This included working with other artists on a collaborative project in conjunction with the Writing on The Wall Festival. She has recently returned to more traditional techniques such as printmaking and collage. After taking part in an exhibition at Liverpool Centre for Arts Development in November 2007 they have invited the artist to exhibit work there on a permanent basis.
Jane says of her work-
“I take my inspiration from my immediate world. This includes some of the wonderful features of local architecture. I am particularly interested in recording those which are disappearing or are significant to the lives of ordinary people. I use techniques which seek to convey the time worn and enduring qualities of the buildings and evoke a connection to the past. I work from photographs, which I interpret using the mono print technique, oil pastels and charcoal. I enjoy the unpredictability of these techniques. Sometimes, I work intuitively and wait to see what the images I put together suggest rather than working in a conceptual way.”
Prints are sold mounted, signed and numbered in an edition of 250. Dimensions refer to mounted size.
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