Photo: Jane Oldfield in Twickenham, London

Jane Oldfield

Artist, Curator, Arts Administrator, Researcher

Jane Oldfield is developing work concerning flying. This provides a focus which connects the variety of her visual work - mainly painting on a variety of surfaces, but also 3D pieces and performance. Flying has always been an obsession for mankind. We have only conquered flight in the last 100 years but it has already become mundane.

Location Twickenham, London
Activities Practice-based research, Art historical research, Residencies, Private commissions
Artforms Digital, Drawing, Painting, Performance, Photography
Tags Flying, Painting, Photocollage, Sluice, xvi collective, Bad Behaviour, ALAS residency, Birds, Insects, Planes
Website http://www.janeoldfield.co.uk/

News & Events

  • Food Glorious Food

    04/03/2015 – 11/03/2015
    The Cambria, 40 Kemerton Rd, Camberwell, London SE5 9AR (PV April 3)

    A group show celebrating food by 13 Bad Behaviour artists in the new gallery upstairs at the Cambria pub.

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  • 'Drawn to Abstraction'

    24/01/2014 – 04/04/2014
    The Stables Gallery, Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham TW1 3DJ

    'Why walk when you could fly?' now at LB of Richmond's open exhibition (Open Tues - Sat 1-4.30; Sun 2-4.30pm)

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