Author Archives: janeperkins

Experimenting with Looser Style??

For my latest work, I’ve been trying to experiment with a looser style, using larger materials and approximate shapes and colours. I’ve found it so┬áhard to change my habits!! In my head, I know what I want to produce but … Continue reading

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Photoshoot for Coming Exhibition: Contemporary Classics

I am collaborating with Anna Grayson in an exciting exhibition to be hosted by the new Words and Pictures Gallery in Teignmouth (Devon, UK) We both re-create famous works of art with a contemporary twist, hence the title of the … Continue reading

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Another Lion in the Pride

Amazingly, Pride sold on the very first day of the Finders Keepers exhibition – sooo happy! Last week I completed a second lion to be shipped to NYC Afforable Art Fair with Will’s Art Warehouse – a good example of … Continue reading

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Teasing Eyes!

Just a taster of an almost-completed work-in-progress… Guess who?! The client does not wish me to publicize the whole work on my Blog but here is a teaser… (the sitter is not the client!)

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Finders Keepers exhibition

Pride (lion) and Buddy (tiger) in situ at Finders Keepers, (Artworks inspired by recycled materials and mixed media techniques) Will’s Art Warehouse, Putney, London SW15 until 13th February.

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First work of 2017!

Just completed this new work: Pride for Finders Keepers exhibition at Will’s Art Warehouse London, starting 7/1/17. Among the myriad plastic animals and dinosaurs, can you spot three Power Rangers, Woody from Toy Story, Laa-Laa from Tellytubbies, Homer Simpson and … Continue reading

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Happy New Year to all!

This beautiful image of alpine plants on the Keplar trail in New Zealand’s south island was sent to me yesterday by an old nursing colleague who emigrated there some years ago. (Hi Lyn!) She thought it would be fitting for … Continue reading

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