It`s a jungle out there and Jane`s work is a symbiotic landscape from shiny public art pieces to plasticine trees. Jane`s currently working on the plans to make a carbon fibre 16 person seesaw and a merry go round so stupendous that it will make one of her life ambitions come true.
All artwork by Jane Clarke BFA (Hons) Contemporary British sculptor
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'Symbiosis II (stainless Steel Modern garden sculpture)' by Jane Clarke
Description: Modern Contemporary Fabricated Stainless Steel Outdoors Outside Exterior Garden sculpture for sale by the versatile and in demand Jane Clarke who says "An organic shape in Abstract Stainless Steel sculpture. This statue was originally Commissioned by Waverley Borough Council who funded the manufacture in return for a years loan. They exhibited the sculpture Outside their council offices in Godalming, Surrey. As the Abstract Stainless Steel sculpture was to be placed in the public domain the sculpture had to satisfy all Health and Safety requirements. Since then the sculpture has been exhibited at Althorp Park, Northamptonshire (the late Princess Diana?s family home) and Honda F1 Operations Centre, Brackley, Northamptonshire."
'Boardroom Table/8 Person See Saw (Modern Kinetic statue)' by Jane Clarke
Description: Kinetic Furniture Nine foot long interactive sculpture. A polished boardroom table pivots on four, empty oil barrels. 4 office chairs face another 4 across the table top. they are in various states, some smart others not.
'Symbiosis I (stainless Steel abstract garden sculpture)' by Jane Clarke
Description: Abstract Modern contemporary Stainless Steel Outside Exterior Outdoors Garden Sculptures For Sale or Commission By The Original artist Sculptor Jane Clarke. She Says "An Abstract Stainless Steel Garden sculpture that was designed for a communal "scented" garden in a public library garden. It is made up of two distinct Modern stainless steel sculptures that enhance one another when placed in harmony.
Dear Peter, Enclosed is photo of my lovely fox, placed into an area which I`m developing as a small bluebell and white birch woodland. I`m absolutely delighted with the sculpture! Would you please pass a copy on to Tessa (Hayward), with my thanks and very best wishes. Jenny
Mrs J. Gray, Hungerford Newtown, Berks, England, United Kingdom.