The paintings below are made in acrylics or “mixed media” of acrylics plus gels and/or collaged papers.

There are also monotypes, where acrylic paint is painted on a sheet of glass and then lifted off by pressing print-quality paper on it. Numerous lifted layers  make one, unique print. That picture may also be accented with inks and brushwork.

Prices are in Canadian dollars. Items are unframed unless framing is noted. A few items are NFS (not for sale) while I am building an exhibition.

Items for sale may be purchased by contacting Jane Evans through the  Order  page. 


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I make landscape pictures for the pleasure of exploring each natural, enveloping site through its textures, colours, organic forms, light, and shadows. The pictures are not so much traditional “landscapes” as they are “land-escapes.”

From 1971 until 2012 my public medium was fiber art, including a series of over 100 landscapes called “Places of Peace,” which combined painting, weaving, and embroidery. See the Fiber art  page. I also made drawings and paintings as preparatory work for the finished textile pieces.

In 2012 I moved from fiber art, which had incorporated paints, to painting with acrylic paints. The resulting landscapes still portray the intricate patterns and tranquil ambiance in nature. Acrylic gels and pastes often add perceptible surface textures. Recent mixed-media work also incorporates textural effects from oriental papers that are collaged under the paint. In 2017 I returned to a favorite medium, printmaking, and now add monotypes (single-pull prints which are accented by ink or other means) to my work, also.


Paintings at Galleries  

The pieces below are available through the Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting(SKNAC) gallery.

Click an image and then the link below that item to see more views of the item or to contact the gallery.



These are a few paintings or woven landscapes which are sold.

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