As a textile designer Jan has often been commissioned to create bespoke designs for companies. Sometimes a design in her portfolio has been a starting point and designs have then been developed.  As an artist Jan can be commissioned in a similar way; clients see a painting or style that they like and then artwork is commissioned.

Charges for this service vary and are priced on the size and complexity and the time needed to complete the work. 

Jan uses a variety of media, papers, textures and techniques to create artwork.  You can view more examples in her Portfolio

If you are interested in commissioning art work please contact Jan and prices, projects and timescales can be discussed.

Here are just a few examples of previous commission work showing different styles:

 

Thank You card
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A thank you card for Purple Dog has been another lovely commission to work on this year. It features Bingo, ‘Head of Wellbeing’ and he is filled with text saying thank you in different languages.

Bingo, Head of Wellbeing’
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This was a delightful commission for Purple Dog, Bingo the office dog and head of wellbeing asked me to create a poster of Bingo based on my thank you card design that I had previously completed.

Floral commission for the Wonston Arms
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I have previously designed the artwork for the village pub, the Wonston Arms postcard and Christmas Card. Last autumn saw improvements to the ‘ladies’ room and I was commissioned to supply prints of floral paintings to add a feminine touch. … Read More

Pink Flowers
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This watercolour painting of godetia was completed for a birthday commission.

Iris
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Christmas Cards
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My two latest commissions have followed from previous commission work and these have been great fun to work on. I illustrated Lisa Faye Broadhead’s book ‘Practice or Talent’ last year and as the brand starts to grow it was a … Read More

Wonston Arms
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The Dever Valley print with the image of the Wonston Arms was completed earlier in 2014 and from this a new commission was undertaken to change the wording at the top so that the image so that it could be … Read More

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