Jane Skingley paints contemporary seascape, landscape, flower and bird paintings that evoke a feeling of calm. Her work is about capturing moments. It could be a beach that she knows well, or the view from her daily country walks. Images may be based on a fleeting memory or a place that is visited over and over, each time seeing something different.
She aims to capture the essence of the place and the feeling that makes its special, maybe the sweep of the shore or curve of a field.
She has exhibited work at the Royal College of Art, The Royal Society of Marine Artists and Glyndebourne opera house in East Sussex. In 2017 she undertook a large commission for the WWF on the subject of climate change which was exhibited at the Houses of Parliament.
Her work is regularly exhibited at art fairs in London and New York, including the Affordable Art Fair and the London Art Fair.