• Janet Milner

    Janet Milner's works are playful and often text-based. Milner celebrates 'randomness' and is interested in both controlled and accidental mark making. The immediacy of printmaking  and the results of accidental mistakes that occur from this practice suit her painterly style. The artist's work focuses on turning what might be perceived as banal and unremarkable into something special. Milner is fascinated with the commonality of clutter and drawn to the detail of mundane experiences that surround identity and everyday life.

    Janet Milner is a contemporary artist and printmaker, she has exhibited widely in the UK, highlights include: Royal Academy Summer Show, Art Sales at The Keepers House at The Royal Academy, Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition, Royal Society of Watercolour, Discerning Eye, National Original Print at Bankside Gallery, RE: The Masters Relief, Bankside Gallery RE: The Masters Mono-print Bankside Gallery, Sussex Open at Towner Eastbourne, 'The Art of The Printmaker' Rye Art Gallery, Sussex Contemporary at Worthing Museum, London Art Fair, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, Bonhams TEXT ME IF YOU CAN CONTEMPORARY EDITIONS X WOOLWICH CONTEMPORARY PRINT FAIR, Multiplied Print Fair Christies, London Original Print Fair, The Hepworth Print Fair.