Jane Ray Limited Edition Prints

Jane Ray

'One of the most luminous illustrators at work today' - The Economist

Jane Ray Limited Edition Prints

Jane Ray is primarily an illustrator having illustrated numerous award winning books including those by authors such as Jeanette Winterson, Carol Ann Duffy, Michael Rosen and Oscar Wilde. Jane Ray also finds writing an equally absorbing art form. Her work reflects a variety of cultural origins which she weaves in with her distinctive hallmarks of stars set in a blue firmament, decorative birds and glorious patterning. Jane Ray works mainly in watercolour with pencils, collage and coloured and metallic inks, blending decorative styles to create magical and exotic dreamlike pictures. 

‘I am drawn to the fairy tale because of its humanity and its universality’, Jane Ray.

 

 

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  1. Enchanted Forest
    Enchanted Forest
    Signed Limited Edition Print with enhancement
    Jane Ray
    £399.00
  2. Moonlit Clearing
    Moonlit Clearing
    Signed Limited Edition Print with enhancement
    Jane Ray
    £399.00
  3. Trout and Willow Pattern
    Trout and Willow Pattern
    Signed Limited Edition Print with enhancement
    Jane Ray
    £325.00
  4. Three Little Fishes
    Three Little Fishes
    Signed Limited Edition Print with enhancement
    Jane Ray
    £325.00
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Jane Ray Limited Edition Prints

Jane Ray is primarily an illustrator having illustrated numerous award winning books including those by authors such as Jeanette Winterson, Carol Ann Duffy, Michael Rosen and Oscar Wilde. Jane Ray also finds writing an equally absorbing art form. Her work reflects a variety of cultural origins which she weaves in with her distinctive hallmarks of stars set in a blue firmament, decorative birds and glorious patterning. Jane Ray works mainly in watercolour with pencils, collage and coloured and metallic inks, blending decorative styles to create magical and exotic dreamlike pictures. 

‘I am drawn to the fairy tale because of its humanity and its universality’, Jane Ray.