This year has brought new challenges and issues to the fore. I have still used my love of detail but concentrated on the idea of being "Trapped" out at sea, in all types of crafts, and what that means to the Seafarers.
Influenced by the great Dutch and Spanish masters, Janet Green is one of Australia’s foremost still life painters, she is best known for the unique manner in which she captures both the essence of the Australian landscape and combines it with extraordinarily beautifully painted compositions of still life.
2012 John Leslie Art Prize finalist
2017 Winner, Red Hill Art Show.Vic.
2018 Winner, Red Hill Art Show. Vic.
2019 Winner SBS Landscape Prize. Vic.
2020 Finalist, John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery. Vic,
SELECTED INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS
2018 “ Alice and Beyond”. Lauraine Diggins Fine Art. Vic.
2005 "Still Life and Landscape, Canberra", Solander Gallery, A.C.T.
2005 "Landscape Now", Solander Gallery, A.C.T.
2004 "Under The Influence of Mexico". Perth Galleries, W.A.
2003 "A Brush with Paradise", Lauraine Diggins Fine Art.
2002 "Observing Tonga". Lauraine Diggins Fine Art.
2000 "Dawn Till Dusk". Lauraine Diggins Fine Art.
1999 Travelling Exhibition: "We are Australian"
Solander Gallery, A.C.T. "In the Stillness of Life and Land"
Perth Galleries, “Still Life in the Goldfields", W.A.
1998 " In the Stillness of Life and Land" Lauraine Diggins Fine Art.
1997 "Shoalhaven Series ll", Painters Gallery, Sydney.
"Mulch and Metaphors", Mornington Regional Gallery, Vic.
1996 "Shoalhaven Series l", Solander Gallery, A.C.T.
1995 "Broome and Beyond", Perth Galleries, W.A.
1994 "S.E. New South Wales", Solander gallery. A.C.T.
1993 "The Hunter Valley", Painters Gallery, Sydney.
"Wine Country", Perth Galleries, W.A.
1992 "Travelling West", Perth Galleries, W.A.
"Still Life", Libby Edwards Gallery, Melb. Vic.
1991 "2nd. International Womens' Day Exhibition". The Women's Gallery, Fitzroy, Melb "Still Life", Libby Edwards Gallery, Melb. Vic.
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