Jane LowBeer

Abstracted landscape with small vertical lines in white and blue colour fields that are stitched together. A patterned forest, blue and brown horizon line in the background.

Path to the Forest, n.d., sewn collage, monotype on paper, 21.5” x 33.5”
Minimum Bid: $600
Value: $1,000

About the Artist:

Jane LowBeer, a mixed-media artist, recently moved from Toronto to the Peterborough area. Monotypes, and lately drypoints, have been her medium of choice. LowBeer started her artistic career as a printmaker studying with Stanley Hayter at his famous Atelier 17 in Paris.

During her career she has exhibited in New York, Montreal and various places in Europe. Her works are held in public and private collections including The Victoria and Albert Museum in London and Bibliothèque National in Paris.

Visit Jane LowBeer’s Website

Abstracted landscape with small vertical lines in white and blue colour fields that are stitched together. A patterned forest, blue and brown horizon line in the background. Framed work sitting on a pine shelf.

person viewing an artwork in a gallery of an abstracted landscape with small vertical lines in white and blue colour fields that are stitched together. A patterned forest, blue and brown horizon line in the background.

black background with rainbow colours bursting from the left side. Text says "Art Gallery of Peterborough, It's All About ART Online Auction, Presented by George Ripoll, BMO Private Wealth"

 

Exhibitions

It’s All About ART Online Auction Preview

Bronson Smith, Red Sky With Three Houses, 2019, acrylic on routered plywood with blasa strips 24” x 36”

It’s All About ARTISTS Preview Exhibition

Jane LowBeer, String Theory, 2015, monotype on paper, 22" x 28"

Rowena Dykins, Lynn River, 2012

Jeffrey Macklin, #typography collage

Memory Tape

Crankees: Jane LowBeer

Mar 21, 2014 to Jun 22, 2014

The Art Gallery of Peterborough is currently open to the public, by appointment

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