Janine Reeves

Janine studied Fine Art at the Art Academy in London, under the guidance of Robin Lee-Hall PRP, graduating in 2013. She won three scholarships to study watercolour in Rome under Carole Robb formerly of the New York School of Art, and is currently in Rome painting. Janine won the Jack Miller Award for watercolour in 2012. Currently exhibiting on the Venice Biennale circuit.
This is what Janine says about her work:
" We each need to create our own inner space, sometimes we need help to create that environment, which is where the artist can help.
Art allows us forget, to dream and create fantasy: the child within us can be released from the everyday responsibility of our lives.
My abstract work is influenced by Kandinsky and Hockney as well as the sculpture of Henry Moore and the classical art work of antiquity, which is what makes Rome so special in my heart".
This is what Chunghi Choo an artist and curator (USA) said about her work in 2014:
"The watercolors of Janine Reeves are extremely well executed with her fluid motion and powerful strokes. She utilizes beautiful composition and color in her efforts to embody the emotional content of her work, creating a vitality especially present in her Pieta piece and collages. With her excellent work she received the Jack Miller Award for watercolor in 2012 and was awarded two scholarships for her studies in Rome."
This is what Lesleigh Salinger an art consultant (NZ) said about her work in 2017:
" I thought they had a Constructivist feel to them, rather like those early Picassos done in Horta de Ebro at the beginning of his Cubist period: nice palette. "

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