Original artwork inspired by the landscape and cloudscape and the Neolithic archaeology of Orkney.
My studio has been open by appointment and I have original artwork on display. Yes, I am still painting away. You can find tea towels, mugs, giclees, and microfibre cloths with my artwork at https://island-to-island or if you are in Stromness, go visit the shop J B Rosey. And you can contact me directly at Jeanne@artworksoftheearth.com about original artwork or purchase some on my new originals online at www.jeannebouzarose.me
Sometimes a place just sinks warmly into memory or brings joy when you return to it. I have been lucky enough to paint memories of those places and to paint at those places. I hope the joy I had while painting will connect with you. May my artwork of the Orkney landscape, cloudscape intertwined with the history of the land and people bring that joy into your home.
I believe in accessible artwork. so reprints of my paintings and prints are reproduced onto tea towels, scarves, tee shirts, totes, mugs and more. These can be purchased both online and in the first shop next to the Stromness Hotel, JBROSEY. You may also find some original painted lampshades with the Stromness harbour, Orkney’s Standing Stones, megaliths,or carved stone balls. Smaller reprints of the 45.8 by 5 foot painting of the island of Hoy are also available. Each year, I create a calendar for the upcoming year.
Light and colour filters through my collaboration with Graham Muir of Gramble Glass who produces fused glass art expressing my colours in standing stones and reflecting the sun and moon in dichroic glass effects. JB ROSEY is the main outlet for Gramble Glass in Scotland.
Using a unique print process developed in North American over 100 years ago known as "the Provincetown Print," I have adapted this method and this version, the “Orkney Wood Print.” Numerous original framed Orkney wood prints are available for purchase.
Signed high qualitiy giclee reprints of prints and paintings are available along with smaller versions of the very large (45.8 x 5 ft) painting of the island of Hoy. Bespoke commissions are accepted for large works.
I have been a volunteer since 2011 and was one of the artists in residence at the Ness of Brodgar excavation in 2018. Some of my art is specific to the designs and shapes at this world famous archaeology site. I donate a portion of sales from Ness themed items back to the Ness of Brodgar Trust.
Please contact Jeanne directly about any of her work. Watch for online access through Island to Island, the online sales site fort JBROSEY.co.uk.
Jan- Dec available in studio by appointment, or visit JBROSEY Victoria Street, Stromness
Credit Cards now Accepted, including American Express over the phone at JBROSEY
Bespoke commisions for large works accepted.