Jane Green is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer with extensive experience in art, design, architecture and environmental sectors, both commercial and not-for-profit.
Her work with the Eco-Art collective, the Tree Veneration Society has been directed toward raising awareness of the importance of natural environment and of the need to live more sustainably.
To date her art practice has explored an interest in human identity and how it shapes and is shaped by our environment.
Her ‘All Good’ series, 2019 and ’Watching a tree fall in the woods with one earbud in’ 2019, are hand drawn works on found paper and cardboard, created at timed intervals, referred to as ‘Endurance Drawings’.
Here, Green experiments with ideas of flow and focus, observances of an anxious ‘state of things’ a ‘flux’ in the contemporary human experience, noting a need and a want to change behaviour for the better.
Collectively these works memorialise trees lost to urban development and take us through quiet moments, acknowledgments of loss and change.
Green holds a Bachelors degree in Fine Arts (UNSWAD) and is a founding member of the Tree Veneration Society.