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About Jane Glue — orkney artist

I hope you enjoy my latest product of canvases!

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I hope you enjoy my latest product of canvases!

 I have launched a new product of prints on canvas for sale on my website. All canvases are size 18X24in and are made to a high standard locally by The Orcadian Print Centre. There are a range of pictures available in this format from more abstract to traditional watercolours. If you see another picture that you like on my website and would like to buy it in canvas form rather than a print on paper, just contact me at jane@janeglue.com to arrange this.To view the range go to Limited edition Canvas prints – www.janeglue.com  

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Going forward into 2021

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Going forward into 2021

I think we are all looking forward to a better year in 2021. I thought I would let you know about some plans that I have for 2021. Just before Christmas I added in a new section of original work for sale on to my website at Original art for sale – www.janeglue.com I will be expanding this collection throughout the year as I continue to paint. I did plan to exhibit work in 2020 and 2021 but both exhibitions have been cancelled because of covid, although I will be exhibiting some work during the summer in a mixed exhibition at...

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Orkney Artist Jane Glue biography

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Orkney Artist Jane Glue biography
Jane studied at Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen 1975-76 and Harrow college of art, London from 1982-85, graduating  with an HND in Art and design/Illustration.Jane opened her own gallery, Shorelines gallery in Kirkwall,Orkney in 1987. In 2005 she moved to her studio/gallery-shop in the village of Finstown. She has sold prints and cards to many outlets throughout the UK and original work worldwide. Jane sold her gallery in 2016 and moved her studio into Kirkwall at The Creative Hub in Hatston. 

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About Jane Glue

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About Jane Glue
Jane and her twin sister Judith were born in Orkney in 1958. There parents Don and Ella Glue met during WW2 when Don's ship the HMS Rodney was based in Scapa Flow. Don was originally from Somerset but they decided to settle in Orkney after the war. They had four children, Gus, Donald and the twins. They set up in business at Wellpark Garden Centre, then the most northern garden centre in the UK. The business is now run by Don and Ella's two grand daughters. Jane and Judith had always had a keen interest in art and in 1976 Jane attended Grays school of Art, Aberdeen and Judith started her own business making leatherwork items.

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