Jane Barwood’s paintings often feature lonely buildings in the landscape, inspired by her walks in Anglesey, North Wales and the North-West coast of England. The buildings represent the transient place of people within the eternal natural world. The paintings explore ideas of loneliness and connection, communication and isolation, alienation and belonging. The settings are based on reality but are not realistic. Instead the artist uses colour, texture and composition to evoke atmosphere and meaning rather than photographic realism.
Jane Barwood has a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art Painting. She has won several awards including the national Mussini Oil Painting People’s Choice Award in 2017 and the Python Art Prize in 2013. She regularly exhibits both in the UK and internationally and has paintings in private and public collections, including The World of Glass and JD Wetherspoon. She has been a full-time professional artist since 2013.
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