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Artist Of The Week: Jane Boyer

Jane Boyer uses unconventional mediums for her paintings full of hidden depth and charm.

By David Smith | 30 Aug 2012

Jane Boyer is an abstract painter who uses very little paint in her paintings, preferring the contrast of powder and liquid in the creation of her paintings; employing powdered graphite as one of her favourite mediums. Through the layering and interaction of these contrasting textures Boyer finds a way to create a sense of non-illusional depth in her work. 

Echo by Jane Boyer

Advance by Jane Boyer

 

Boyer’s sense of composition has been developed by her early background as a fine art photographer. Her photographs are close-ups of objects that appear at first to be paintings, but reveal themselves later as delicate studies in texture and framing. Her paintings are directly informed by these eariler works. 

 

Equation by Jane Boyer

 

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