Author archive for Jane Tomlinson

  • Mar192022
    Shipping forecast painting

    Shipping Forecast – great gifts or just treat yourself!

    The words “And now the Shipping Forecast, issued by the Met Office on behalf of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency…” mean something magical to so many of us. And sometimes having art on your walls just isn’t enough… so Jane just had to make it the centrepiece of her new venture into offering beautiful and useful items for the home.

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  • Dec312021
    complete works of 2021

    The Complete Works – my artistic output in 2021

    The complete works of Jane Tomlinson 2021- an online exhibition of more than 20 paintings

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  • Aug142021
    Hand painted signs for your house and garden

    Hand-painted signs for your house and garden

    Add character and interest to your home with a colourful, quirky and completely original hand-painted sign.It’s not just the postman or close friends and family who need to find you.

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  • Apr012021

    Artweeks 2021 – online exhibition and catalogue

    This online catalogue is intended for use by visitors (pandemic-permitting) to my Artweeks 2021 exhibition for Oxfordshire’s Annual Visual Arts Festival in early May.

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  • Feb252021
    Spring garden patrol, Eynsham - banner

    Signed prints of original paintings by Jane Tomlinson

    Signed prints are available of some of Jane Tomlinson’s most popular paintings, including of the shipping forecast, her most popular ever painting!

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  • Dec312020

    The Complete Works – my artistic output in 2020

    Here’s everything I’ve done this year in one blog – it’s the complete works! 41 paintings and more besides….

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  • Oct212020

    Painting the weather – a weather map of folklore and facts

    Read about Jane’s latest large scale hand painted map of the weather, which illustrates folklore & facts. It’s raining cats & dogs, there’s red sky at night, & more!

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  • Aug062020

    “As the Crow Flies” – a signpost installation lockdown project

    Discover more about “As the Crow Flies” Jane’s new folk art installation signpost outside her house. It measures distances to places that are significant or meaningful to the artist. Made during lockdown, Jane says it’s a signpost to the world!

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  • Jun252020
    Grey wagtail by the Windrush

    Painting in lockdown, Spring 2020 – an online exhibition

    Artist Jane Tomlinson painted her way through lockdown from March 2020. As the world sheltered from coronavirus, Jane charted the arrival of spring and coming of summer.

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  • Jun242020
    Sedge warbler by the Thames

    Paintings from the riverbank – as lockdown eased – an online exhibition

    From the end of May 2020, as lockdown eased, Jane took walks by the river. Old Father Thames and Mother Nature have inspired her art.

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