Janine Dennington

Janine Dennington

After dabbling with art in her younger days, life became too busy with family and work for Janine Dennington to carry on with art at that time. However, due to a period of depression a few years ago, she once again took up the joys of painting. Having taken early retirement last year, she now spends most of her time in her studio. She enjoys working with acrylics on canvas and likes to create abstract works. Her fascination with nature (both human and otherwise) has grown and now inspires her art. The various forms of nature – the creation and destruction of life, the beauty within a darkness. Light, colour and magic – these are her inspirations!

When Janine’s hands get a little itchy for a different art form, she creates sculptures from wire and clay as well as a lovely line in ceramic coasters & trivets and concrete doorstops in her unique abstract style.

Using a variety of tools and techniques, Janine’s art is beautifully vibrant and textural.

Janine’s work can be seen at Thame Museum