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Jane Tomlinson

Earlier this week I spotted a very interesting blog by Jane Tomlinson called "Sightlines". In the about section she has a lovely sentence about what she does:
"I try to make lively, colourful images to excite the eye and feed the soul."
And I think I would agree. Jane has been on several Explore trips, however her most recent to South West Africa was what initially caught my eye. These pictures of Antelope (taken by her and her husband Moth Clark) and her drawings and sketches are lovely. Her writing also conveys what it feels like to be in a place and how she reacts to a variety of different sights, smells and sounds around her. Sketches from Etosha National Park, Namibia Jane's sketches from Etosha National Park, Namibia You can see more of Jane's sketches in her gallery. Gemsbok Gemsbok, Namibia Puku Puku in Chobe National Park, Botswana Jane has an exhibition of her work in May and June 2007 - I think I may take a visit. All images © Jane Tomlinson 2007