Jenn Adamson

Portrait of Jenn Adamson

Jenn has been a teacher and artist for over thirty years and was a previous Chair of The Batik Guild, a post she held for nearly ten years. She was joint Curator of The Batik Guild's very successful touring exhibition Batik Transitions - From Classic to Contemporary which ran from September 2006 to August 2007. She also helped to edit the Batik Guild publication The Art of Batik.

During all this time, Jenn has combined her observational skills as a former geography teacher with her love of colour, particularly when in the garden or out in the landscapes and seascapes of Sussex and France.

She works on a variety of media, cotton lawn, silk, linen, paper and most recently on wooden forms turned by her husband Stephen. Many of her designs have been turned into cards.

She has taught batik in schools and residential colleges for many years, and at her studio workshop Batik in Hove.

Her work has been shown in joint exhibitions all over England, Scotland, Wales and France, and she has opened her house and studio in The Brighton Festival several times.

Jenn has held two one-person shows in Brighton in 2008 and 2009 and is an advisor to the Batik Guild committee helping to promote understanding of batik through education and exhibitions.

She is organising shared workshops for local members of the batik Guild, which she hopes to expand to any members who contact her.

Artworks by Jenn
Image entitled Paper Batik
Paper Batik
Image entitled Tulips
Tulips
Cotton Lawn
Image entitled Surfers Wave
Surfers Wave
Image entitled Aylwin House Garden
Aylwin House Garden
Silk Hanging
Image entitled Wooden Bowl
Wooden Bowl
Shown at Batik Transitions
Photo of Jenn Adamson
Jenn is a Batik Guild member
 
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