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Jayne spent her childhood on a Cumbrian dairy farm and now finds her inspiration within the agricultural and countryside environment.
The use of bold, flowing line, capturing the essence of the subject is the hallmark of her work. Whether sketching pedigree livestock or native wildlife, simplicity, motion and life are portrayed in her unique and impressionistic style.
Jayne Lancaster VIEW WEBSITE
Jane has been an artist for over 30 years, having been taught by renowned artist Christopher Fiddes at Northampton High School for Girls, then gaining a Diploma in Foundation Studies at Northampton School for Art, a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Loughborough College of Art and Design, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking from Wimbledon School of Art.
Her artwork often reflects and celebrates her love of nature, animals and the natural world, exploring human and animal figures and the landscape. Her studio wood and linocut prints use the formal limitations of the block to explore, express and celebrate, a personal relationship with the natural world.
Her voluntary work in the Arts sector includes working with pupils and staff at Newbridge Primary School, Bath to create the Millennium and Golden Tapestries and a number of wall murals.
Jane Veveris Callan VIEW WEBSITE
A long established and versatile artist, a painter and skilled draughtsman. His most notable work is at first sight abstract but strongly rooted in the stories of particular places and times.
Excited by the GoHerdwick project, he’s already got a shedful of ideas but what he’d like to do is share ideas with sponsors and take up the challenge of trying to realise them.
David Penn VIEW WEBSITE
As the original Lake District mini-bus company, established in 1972, we show visitors the best of the Lake District with our award winning tours.
As a Cumbrian company, supporting local causes is important to us. The Go Hardwick project and the Hide and Seek Lamb Trail are a great way to raise money for an excellent charity.
I’ve been a full time artist since leaving art school in Manchester in 1986. I’m best known for my paintings of urban landscapes, usually of Manchester and the North West of England, but also of New York and other cities.
I’ve had some high profile exhibitions including one of the opening exhibitions at the Lowry in Salford in 2000, and at Manchester Art gallery in 2006. In 2005 I was the subject of a 30 min documentary on the BBC: Liam Spencer – A Picture of Manchester.