Using different media from printmaking to collages, Jane is fascinated by light and how it filters through the landscape creating inspirational patterns and shaped visions. Most of her art is conceptual. Jane's work is recognized for its play of texture and sensitivity of material. The process begins with stimulating walks and travels when she gathers thoughts and finds natural materials then her work just evolves.
Born in Montreal, Jane earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of New Brunswick. She increased her knowledge by studies with prominent Canadian and American artists and printmakers.
She is an elected member of the Ontario Society of Artists, the Society of Canadian Artists and the Colour and Form Society, with all of which she actively exhibits her work.
Her work can be found in private and public collections including The City of Toronto, Bruce County and the Government of Ontario. Jane's work has received awards from Bruce County, the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, the Colour & Form Society, the Praxis Gallery, the Society of Canadian Artists, the Art Gallery of Peel, the F.H. Varley Art Gallery, the East Central Ontario Art Association and the Toronto & Region Conservation Authority.