Jane Ford

Jane Ford

British wildlife portrayed in the raw using ink and a secret ingredient, along side oil studies of birds and animals of Britain in quirky, obscure tableaux. Hailing from Staffordshire, Jane trained for eight years both at Art school and as an apprentice illustrator. Now living in the marshes of Sandwich, she takes the wildlife surrounding the studio as her models.

An exhibitor with Sunday Times watercolour competition, Jane has also exhibited with The Royal Society of British Artists as well as many Galleries throughout the country, as well as Venice, United States and the Far East. Commissions include all 240 paintings displayed in The Cambridge Belfry Hotel, Cambridge and The International Exhibition with Davidoff, an image been selected for worldwide publication and distribution.

Galleries:
Wing Gallery, Wadhurst. Opus Gallery, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Singing Soul Gallery,
Cranbroook. Kent. Saffron Gallery, Battle, Sussex. Cheshire Cat Gallery, Boston,
Massachusettt, USA. Fosse Gallery, Stow on the Wold.


The Celestial Maiden
Oil on Canvas
30 x 30 inches

The Dragon Awakes
Oil
8 x 8 inches

A Trophy of Murder
Oil
8 x 8 inches

In Defence of the White Queen
Oil
20 x 20 inches

The Chance of a Game
Oil
16 x 16 inches

The Silence of Snow
Oil
24 x 20 inches

The Deadly Lure of Light
Oil
8 x 8 inches

A Blast of a Murder
Oil
8 x 8 inches

Killer of a Storm
Oil
8 x 8 inches

Gooseberry Sauce
Oil
16 x 16 inches

To Catch a Thief
Oil
16 x 16 inches

The Black Quince
Oil
16 x 16 inches

Quince Charming
Oil
16 x 16 inches

The Poor of the Parish Seek Sanctuary
Oil
12 x 12 inches

A Little Bottle of Murder
Oil on Canvas
8 x 8 inches

The Cuckoo
Oil on Canvas
20 x 20 inches

Gooseberry Fool
Oil on Linen
14 x 14 inches

A Covey of Quince
Oil on Linen
14 x 14 inches

Tiptoe Through the Tulips
Oil on Canvas
30 x 30 inches

Fatal Attraction
Oil on Canvas
18 x 18 inches

A Game of Chance
Oil on Canvas
18 x 18 inches