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Jayne Ross

My work is quite diverse and generally leans towards abstraction.

Often inspiration is drawn from things that evoke a powerful visceral response – the ground beneath our feet and the sea.

I like to experiment with style, media, colour and scale, and sometimes even let the paint dictate the subject matter. This often results in some surprises. Digital media is also something I enjoy, and I’m hoping to have prints of some of my digital works available for my open studio weekends.

I have been painting, drawing and creating art ever since I can remember – I was the child who wanted sable brushes and turpentine for Xmas, when all my friends asked for a Cindy Horse! I grew up in North Yorkshire, and attended Harrogate College Of Arts, during which time I worked in theatre as a scene-painter, before starting a career as a stage manager. I have been working in live events production since 1993.





My work is primarily but not exclusively concerned with what lies beneath us – the subterranean layers of every moment in time, now obscured in abstract strata and passages of sea which hold mystery, comfort, primal power, sustenance, energy, dreadfulness, awe, the fantastic, the macabre. Liminality, where the passage of time perpetually forms everything that ever existed into the intermingling of rock, water, precious minerals, gases, and, inevitably, where all life ends up. I seek to explore concepts of underground caverns and waterfalls, oceans, great cathedrals of secrecy, stable, fragmented and volatile abstractions formed by the incessant pressure of time. This is where history dwells, in a world we cannot see or touch, but we know exists beneath our feet.

















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Contact name
Jayne Ross

Exhibition address
Providence House, 45 Gilpin Street, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 3BS

Telephone 01733 347118
Mobile 07973 215672

Open days

26 June 2021 (12:00 - 16:00)
27 June 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)
3 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)
4 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)
10 July 2021 (11:00 - 16:00)

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Open other times by appointment

Demonstrations available

Tuition offered

Garden open for visitors

Refreshments served

Commissions accepted

Standing At The Bar


Lithosphere – Jayne Ross Artist 2020


‘Urban’ Exhibition at Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery 11 Dec – 29 May 2022

Renowned street art by some of the world’s most celebrated contemporary artists  – including graffiti artist Banksy, Damian Hirst, My More

‘I Matter’ Exhibition at Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery

“I Matter” Exhibition Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery – 17th September – 28th November 2021 To matter: to be important More

Peterborough Museum, Art – RESTART, Exhibition Goes Virtual

The Art-Restart exhibition held at Peterborough Museum City Gallery has gone virtual. Follow the link below to view the exhibition More

Carry Akroyd art exhibition inspired by Helpston poet John Clare

Local artist, Carry Akroyd, launched her exhibition of work inspired by Helpston-born poet, John Clare at Popular local artist, Carry More

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