Introducing Orkney artist Jane Glue
“My work is defined by the nature, colour, landscape and light of my surroundings in Orkney, which I love.”
Jane Glue is one of Orkney’s most loved artists, capturing the Orkney Islands in Scotland through the seasons. She is well known for her vibrant, beautiful depictions of wildlife, landscapes and flora in watercolour, acrylics and mixed media.
This website showcases work from over the past 35 years to today. It includes a large range of limited edition prints and other products produced from Jane's paintings. There are also many original works for sale.
It is always wonderful to receive feedback from my customers. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to write to me. Click here to read some of the comments that I have received and thanks to the authors for allowing me to share.
Dear Jane, Thanks so much for your calendars, that arrived today. I continue to enjoy your artwork, and love that it reminds me of our wonderful trip to the Orkneys, 6 years ago! I keep all of your old calendars, and bought many of your cards while we were there. Joyce, USA, June 2021
About my Print Collections.
My limited edition prints of 200 are printed on archival matt paper with a 20-40mm white border depending on the size of the print.
My limited edition canvas prints of 50 are printed on heavy canvas and are 1in deep and ready to hang.
The above prints come with a numbered and signed authentication artist's certificate.
My unique hand finished/embellished prints are produced at Jane's studio, each one is embellished with a variety of mixed media materials and are signed individually.
Framed prints are made to an archival standard with an ivory mount and light oak wood moulding.
Postage costs are £6 for unframed prints within the UK and £10-£20 worldwide. Framed prints are £6 for the UK and £50 for the USA.
Cow parsley on the shoreline/ featured print of the month/September
A watercolour painting by Orkney artist Jane Glue. This is an older painting of mine from 1989. We have an abundance of wildflowers especially along our shorelines in Orkney. In this picture we can see cow parsley, thistles, ox-eye daisies, clover, dead nettle and dandelions. I often like to look through an image to the view in the distance as I have done here. If you would like to view prints of this image then click the button below