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Jane Skingley




Best known for my sweeping interpretations of landscapes and clouds, I also paint flowers and birds. The common thread is evoking a sense of calm.

My work is about capturing moments. It could be a beach that I know well, or the view from my daily country walk. Images may be based on a fleeting memory or a place that is visited over and over, each time seeing something different.

I aim to capture the essence of the place and the feeling that makes its special, maybe the sweep of the shore or curve of a field.

My still life and bird paintings are about simple everyday memories; wild flowers picked on my morning walk, simply placed in a jam jar, or a bird visiting my bird table. This often overlooked beauty is given focus so that it can be enjoyed again and again.

I have exhibited work at the Royal College of Art, The Royal Society of Marine Artists and Glyndebourne opera house in East Sussex. In 2017 I undertook a large commission for the WWF on the subject of climate change which was exhibited at the Houses of Parliament. In 2023 I won the Artist’s Open Studios prize for Berkshire.

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