Introducing Orkney artist Jane Glue
Jane Glue is one of Orkney’s most loved artists. Capturing the Orkney Islands, in Scotland through the seasons, Jane is well known for her vibrant, beautiful depictions of wildlife, landscapes, flora and townscapes in watercolour, acrylics and mixed media.
This website celebrates Jane’s work from over the past 35 years.
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About my Print Collections.
My limited edition prints of 200 are professionally printed on archival matt paper with a 20-40mm white border depending on the size of the print. Each print is accompanied by a signed and numbered authentication artist certificate.
Canvas prints are made in Orkney and are in a limited edition of 50, they are 1in deep, printed around the edges and are ready to hang. Each canvas comes with an authentication certificate signed by myself.
Framed prints are made to an archival standard by my printing company in London.
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Postage cost is £6 for prints in the UK, £10 worldwide. Framed items are £6 for the UK, £50 for the USA. Other products are £3 to £6 for the UK.
May Featured Print of the Month
Cottage and oystercatcher, North Ronaldsay
A mixed media picture by Jane Glue. About three years ago I had a few days on the remote Orkney island of North Ronaldsay. The island is most famous for it's seaweed eating sheep who graze on the shoreline, kept there by a stone dyke. What I really love about 'North Ron' is it's remoteness. It is because of this that so many things are unchanged. This makes the island unique and many of the old cottages are still there for me to paint! The wildness of the shoreline and many birds are also a draw for an artist. Of course small islands must survive along with their uniqueness and I am sure that the local residents will continue to love and protect this beautiful place. This painting was created with a mixture of acrylic's, collage, inks and gold leaf for the sun.
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