Jan Jorgensen

Brisbane artist Jan Jorgensen chronicles the human and architectural worlds of the inner city suburbs.
Her colourful impressionistic paintings capture the changing places and the changing light of the old and new, jostled together. She is fascinated by man made structures of cities and old inner suburbs – the streetscapes and houses, light and shadow, angles and planes that are place memories of our lives. Visit online street art sales for somehting different.

Formal art training include two years at Central Technical College and three years at Kelvin Grove College of Art. Most influential tutors were William Robinson and Andrew Sibley.

Jan has held many solo exhibitions since 1980 and won many awards for her work including: Suncorp, Royal National, Tattersalls Club, Royal QLD Art Society, Nudgee College Awards and Nundah Art Festival Award – Grand Champion Prize.

Jan’s work is represented in many private and corporate collections throughout Australia – Suncorp, L.J. Hooker, St. George Bank, Downlands College (Toowoomba), Redeemer & Trinity Lutheran Colleges, St. Hildas School (Southport), Prince Charles Hospital, Byrne Ford and Park Royal Hotel (Broadbeach). Jan’s paintings are represented in England, Denmark, New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Canada and U.S.A.

 

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