Jane StobartArtist, Writer, Lecturer / academic, Teacher
I am an artist printmaker working in the relief and intaglio processes, which include etching, carborundum and woodcut prints. My work is inspired by the subject of work/industry and I have made drawings in a wide variety of industrial locations which have included sewage pumping stations, a distillery, building sites and a bell foundry, etc. The experience and inspiration of drawing on these sites read full statement
|Activities||Higher education, Adult education, Residencies, Journalism|
|Artforms / type of project||Drawing, Printmaking|
News & Events
Bath Contemporary gallery
Exhibition 'Men at Work' runs from the 25th April - 25th May and I am one of five artists. The gallery have produced an excellent downloadable catalogue: http://www.bathcontemporary.com/exhibitions/
Bloomberg New Contemporaries - latest
The exhibition has now moved on from the ICA and will open at the Newlyn Gallery, Penzance on Saturday 21st March. I have three prints in this show.
RA short listing
I have had 'Work in Progress II' etching shortlisted for this year's summer exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition
The Bloomberg exhibition was be moving on to the Newlyn Gallery in Penzance, after the closure of this event at the ICA on January 25th.
New British Museum acquisition
Further to acquiring four of my etchings earlier this year, the British Museum department of Prints and Drawings have now acquired a sketchbook from me, which relates to the four prints they have.
Acquisition by the Fitzwilliam Museum
The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge recently acquired two etching/aquatint prints from me for their permanent collection.
Work acquired by the British Museum
The British Museum have recently acquired a series of my etching/aquatints entitled 'Firing at Whitechapel'. They are a set of four prints and will soon be able to be seen on the BM website.
International Print Biennale 2014
27/06/2014 – 08/08/2014
As yet, I have not yet been informed of this.
I have just been informed that I have made a successful submission to the 2014 International Print Biennale in Newcastle.
I have an interview/article with printmaker Peter Freeth in the current issue of Printmaking Today magazine. Also in that issue, I have a major book review published.