24/56 a film by Jorge Lizalde

Jan Williams, Layer 24/56 a beautiful film by Jorge Lizalde  documenting process. See more of Jorge’s work Vimeo. .

Life in Lime – Protector and cleanser.

  Life in Lime – Paintings for display in The Pettigrew, Tearooms at the entrance to Bute Park, Cardiff. For this exhibition I will be showing seven of my sanded lime-wash paintings from 2015. In these paintings I layered many coats of lime-wash allowing the final coat to harden and then sanded the surface with…

Penarth Pavilion Open Art Exhibition – 2016

In March one of my lime-wash paintings was selected for the ‘Penarth Pavilion Open Art Exhibition’  taking place from the 15th April – 11th May. This exhibition welcomed all types of artists, craftspeople, designers, film makers or performers to submit their works. The selectors were looking for original and thought provoking work, that challenged or…

Sept 2014 – New Paintings using Lime-wash.

In the following paintings I am exploring the use of lime-wash as a painting medium. STATEMENT Jan Williams Jan Williams’ paintings explore memory and identity. Painted by layering tinted lime-wash on board, marks are left by the rubbing away of the lime wash layers. Williams’ choice of lime-wash is significant, a memory from her childhood of the…

June 2013- ‘How the Light Gets In’, – Conversations between Art, Science and Health, Group Exhibition, MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics at Cardiff University Bay Art, Cardiff

‘How the Light Gets In’ was public engagement arts exhibition funded by the Medical Research Council as part of their centenary year. Organised by Jamie Lewis and Julia Thomas from the Medical Research Council Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics the exhibition ran from July 1st to July 6th at Bay Art Gallery, Cardiff. http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/lightgetsin/whatson/index.html#exhibition…