Jude Lane

'Still Water'

34cm x 44 cm



44cm x 34 cm



54cm x 64 cm


Together with 'Hammersley Gorge' (below),

the above plywood, inlay shell, gold leaf, acrylic and resin on board

artworks by Jude are available in the Serpentine gallery giftshop. (dec 2017-jan 2018)

'Hammersley Gorge'

plywood, burnt patterning, goldleaf and inlaid pearl

44cm x 124 cm


'Bared Roots'

plywood, burnt patterning, gold leaf & inlaid pearl

artworks from Faith, Joy & Other Disasters - October 2017

Jude Lane's solo exhibition


runs from 18th February

until the 3rd March 2015

at the Serpentine Community Gallery.

Together with

Scott Whittingham's

'Beyond landscape and place'

the open celebration night

is on the 20th February,

from 6PM.

A life-long fascination with mermaids,

coupled with extensive personal

heritage research,

has initiated the evolution

 of local artist Jude Lane's

current body of work.

Jude Lane says her work is prompted by

 her deep personal value for family and

 investigation into her Scottish ancestral heritage.

Whilst researching the Shaw Clan,

of whom she belongs,

her attention was drawn to Celtic warriors

and the beautiful Selkies of the sea.

An affinity with the water and sea creatures

has cultivated a love

for these mysteries and legends,

captivating her imagination since childhood.

'Scottish Warrior 1'

'Selkie 1'

'Scottish Warrior 2'

'Scottish Warrior 3'

'Selkie 2'

Above: Mixed media paintings