Jane Harris

Colors aren’t always easy, but they give a painting its liveliness. When a group of colours is combined in a rythm where they go well with each other, they attract the spectator’s eye. During the proccess of adding layers, it’s important to let the piece of work rest once in a while. With an objective view, also by considering other opinions, one can detect disturbing spots one can then work on. The goal is to reach a harmonic overall image. Having experimented with several motifs, mostly humans, I’ve found the woman and newly robots to be creatures I want to continue working with.