Location: United Kingdom
Jane Skingley is best known for her dramatic interpretation of seascapes and clouds. She also paints landscapes, birds and flowers. The common thread in her subject matter is a love of the outdoors and nature. The coastline and landscape of the South of England is a big source of inspiration.
She has exhibited work at the Royal College of Art, The Royal Society of Marine Artists and Glyndebourne opera house in East Sussex. In 2017 she undertook a large commission for the WWF on the subject of climate change which was exhibited at the Houses of Parliament.
Jane’s work is regularly exhibited at art fairs in London and New York, including the Affordable Art Fair, 20/21, and the London Art Fair.
Jane began her artistic endeavour at an early age but apart from studying with the artist Charles McKinnon she is largely self-taught. She has a degree in Geography from Durham University and went on to have a successful career in public relations before giving this up to paint.
She lives with her family in Berkshire.