Quebec-based artist Janet London makes animals, landscakes and neo-abstracted paintings comprised of scraped materials, smeared patches of charcoal and large brushstrokes of colorful paints. The compelling energy of her work vibrates between rehearsed wildness and careful control. Her large artworks as well as her smaller ones and intimate investigations study the mechanisms of colors and dreams — extracting what presents itself when the soul interprets a fantasy as a shape or a sound as a texture.
Janet lives and works in Drummondville, Quebec. She was honored to receive a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Masters of Education from well established universities. The artist’s work has been shown in California, Greece, Korea, Cuba, Trinidad & Tobadgo, San Francisco, Ontario and Quebec. She currently has a solo exhibition at the Neolondon Arts Gallery in Drummondville, Qc.