Jane started painting 30 years ago, while living in Connecticut, and being a stay-at-home mom. After three years, she got discouraged and turned to a career in interior design. Upon moving to South Carolina in 1989, she itched to paint again, and has been doing so since 1989.
Watercolors were her primary medium until a few years ago, when she discovered the joy of oils. She now produces her oils and water media (watercolors, acrylics, and pastels) in her beautiful art barn in North Carolina.
She has become more and more enamored of abstracts and finds great joy in creating them. She also finds that painting on Yupo paper allows more creative freedom, and brings great success in national shows.
Jane is proud and excited to be a Signature Member of the Watercolor Society of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, and has recently been juried into the Southern Watercolor Society. She has been published in Watercolor Magic, and featured as a cover artist on several other magazines. Her paintings hang in homes across the country and in England, which is the utmost pleasure for Jane.
Jane has taught classes and workshops in South Carolina and England, and has had eight one-woman shows (as of this writing).