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Jane G. Smith

Conceptual art. Conceptual artist who works within the mediums of installation, painting, photography, woven images and ceramics (mixed media).

Artist Statement

Jane is a conceptual artist from the Isle of Lewis who works within the mediums of installation, painting, photography, woven images and ceramics. She is interested in combining aspects of place and identity within her work and likes to draw parallels between her own life and the costal environment that surrounds her.

The concepts of memories, impermanence, resilience and connections are of particular interest, all of which are well suited to the rugged rocks, powerful seas and plant life of the Outer Hebrides. Jane loves trying to bring aspects of the local environment into her art, whether it is though the visual content, by positioning it and documenting it within the location that inspired it or by incorporating aspects of the site itself within the piece.

Payment types accepted

Card, Cash, Online transaction

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Normal opening times

Open for summer Open Studios Hebrides event only

Location info

15B Upper Shader, HS20RQ

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Extra directions

If you pass through Barvas heading north you will shortly reach Ballantrushal. Go down the hill until you pass over a bridge at the bottom and enter Shader. You will see a red phone box on the right. Take the first road in to the left going towards the shore. 15B is situated on the left approximately half way along the road, at the top of the hill. It is has a drive down to it with parking in front of the house. Open Studios will be in the large extension room which can can be accessed via the garden. There is level access via a pavement from the front of the house that wraps around the outside of the room. Please note there is a slight drop as the pavement rises and no hand rail. 

Parking available?

Yes

Disabled access?

There is level access via a pavement from the front of the house that wraps around the outside of the room. Please note there is a slight drop as the pavement rises and no hand rail. 

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