A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists

A Dynamic Collective of Local Artists


Jane Bayne

The excitement of the fluidity of  watercolour, enhances my strong desire to create impressions of favourite subjects such as landscapes and elements of nature.  The flexibility of the medium offers many ways to portray a scene and appeals to any mood or time restriction I may have.  I paint in a manner deemed to be realistic by utilizing a glazing technique, but strive to accomplish a more impressionistic view of my subjects.

Jane Bayne’s  creative life began in childhood which evolved into a keen interest in drawing in her teenage years.

In the late 1980’s she focused on acrylic painting on wood. Then, in 2001, she discovered watercolour. This new medium offered her accelerated growth as an artist.  She could now record her personal interests on location, including her garden, local walking paths and travel.  She has studied under the expert guidance of Bert Williams, Brigitte Schreyer, Marianne Broome, Ken McFarlane and Art Cunanen to name a few.

Jane is a member of the Kitchener Waterloo Society of Artists and the Colour Wheel group.