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About Jane Glue — Scottishart

Jane's art career from over 35yrs

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Jane's art career from over 35yrs
Today I work mainly from my studio and visiting all the locations that still inspire me. I never get tired of looking and taking inspiration from my home and discovering new ways of interpreting what I see. I still paint with watercolours, mixing them with collage and other mixed media. These last few years I have been obsessed with birds in all forms and set amongst different landscapes of sea and sky. I still love the colours and light of my home, Orkney.

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Spring fling! 10% discount on this collection of prints

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Spring fling! 10% discount on this collection of prints

I think that Spring is one of those special times of year in Orkney. The sun rises earlier and the light stretches longer into our evenings producing those special colours that I like to paint so much. In Kirkwall and Stromness the garden birds are busy building nests in the stone dykes, bushes and trees. Out at The Brough of Birsay, Westray and many other sites, migrating birds have arrived after their long journeys over the sea. My favourite little bird, the puffin is busy burrowing holes to make their nests in the grassy turf of the cliffside ready for...

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New beautiful velvet cushions, affordable jewellery, magnets and bone china mugs have now been added to my on line shop!

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New beautiful velvet cushions, affordable jewellery, magnets and bone china mugs have now been added to my on line shop!

I have some new products now on my website! Beautiful velevet cushions portraying my designs have been launched in two sizes. Both come with a design printed on the front and a plain back. Each cushion is filled with duck feathers in a removable inner and have a side zip finished with a heart.

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Going Abstract- creating a set of abstract paintings with Orkney artist Jane Glue

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Going Abstract- creating a set of abstract paintings with Orkney artist Jane Glue
Taking a large A2 sheet of white cartridge paper I began by drawing the picture in a fairly realistic way using soft pastels, taking care to leave the paper white for the white areas and using lighter colours of pastels for the light tones in the picture. I then gradually built up the colour and shade with other colours

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