The meticulously constructed works that Jane Ward creates employ the artists' own digital photographs repeatedly broken down and collaged, creating images of imaginary, fragmentary, and transient land and cityscapes. Fragments of ink are dissolved by hand, leaving traces of earlier forms and injecting the passage of time via the serene colours of Ward's landscape photographs and the minuscule details that feature foliage, high rise buildings, and flecks of the city.
Ward has recently completed a solo exhibition at the Foyles Gallery in Charing Cross, exhibited at Opere Scelte, Turin, Printroom London and had work featured in art shows including London Art Fair and Christie's Multiplied. Recent residencies include: CPS Lisbon, Galeria dos Prazeres, Pedra Sina Residency and No.72 John St.
Jane Ward studied an MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 2007 and going on to win the Terrence Conran Foundation Award and the Tim Mara Prize.
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