The nature and outcome of my work can be very varied. The tree, pathway or river may be the form; the needle, thread or fabric may be the tool. The active process and relationship between the elements chosen in creating and the creators’ work are my priority. This is what I aim to share with participants and audience.
Through my work I aim to provide a medium which will allow positive expression of community and environment its’ history and future; raising awareness of long term sustainable development to create spaces that enhance lives both visually and practically.
I work as a textile and environmental artist in a wide variety of settings and communities. My work is made in conversation with people and places, for installations and exhibition as well as running workshops to suit the places and people involved.
I use found or adapted materials for works that are placed in the landscape, in galleries or in public venues.
I run regular one day willow workshops suitable for beginners as well as those with some experience at the WWT Welney visitor centre, September to April.
Contact Jane@FrostArt.co.uk or call 07967 088 348 for more information
Gift tokens are available for special events, please contact me for details
You can book group workshops or one to one sessions on dates and venues of your choice, please go here for more information. I have experience of leading workshops in a variety of settings both in UK and abroad with people of all ages and abilities.
Items made in workshops include baskets, plant supports, sculptures for indoors and outside as well as living willow structures. Students will be able to achieve a selection of pieces combining weaving, wrapping and braiding. Tools and willow are provided for all workshops.
Willow is prepared about a week in advance of each workshop and can be selected for your project if you let Jane know.
Come and learn how to make random weave baskets as a spring container. They can be tricky to make, but are great containers in a variety of sizes. Good for collecting fruit or holding balls of wool, or maybe even Easter Eggs. In fact they can hold almost anything you can think of!
At the Beginners workshop everyone learns a few basic techniques, then make items of their choice. Participants are always ambitious, and always take home items they are happy to display either indoors or outside.