Thursday, 29 October 2015


Hello All
It's approaching Christmas, again. This year has passed by in a flash.

I am delighted to be able to extend an invite to my
Christmas Art Exhibition at the Louise Jannetta Studio and Gallery in Buxton. 24 Dale Road, SK17 6NL

If you would like an invite to the Preview Evening then please do not hesitate to contact Louise via her web site http://www.louisejannetta.co.uk/contact.html.

I hope you can make it.

All the very best

Louise

 

Monday, 27 April 2015



Hi, I am opening the Studio for the two Bank Holiday weekends in May.

For the first weekend I am going to be demonstrating printing techniques and oil painting at the studio. But for the second weekend, although my Partner Mathew will be hosting the open Studio, I will be showing at the Whitworth Centre in Darley Dale along with the Peak District Artisans. 
The Studio is a lovely space with loads of light. I have over 60 originals on display in the studio so it is well worth a visit.

I hope to see you sometime over the May Open Studio events
All the very best, Louise

Tuesday, 3 February 2015

February Workshop at St John Street Gallery Ashbourne


Louise Jannetta Workshop  Painted Collage


It is a two day lesson on Feb 25th and 26th.   
The cost of the 2 day workshops are £150, which includes a 2 course lunch and refreshments for both days. A £40 deposit is required to secure your booking. To book a place please call us at 01335 347425 or email: enquiries@stjohngalleryandcafe.co.uk -
 

In this workshop Louise will focus on opening your mind to the vast variety of texture, mark making, mixed medium and methods of making an image. The only boundary to this is your own imagination, there is no rules and should be no expectations to what makes up a 2D image, (painting).

Louise will supply a piece of good quality, stretched watercolour paper for you. The board and paper will be yours to take away with you as there is no guarantee that you will have the time to complete the piece, allowing you to finish it at your leisure. It is better to take your time, to accept that it is worth giving yourself the chance to play and experiment and to benefit from the advice Louise can offer.  But it is very necessary to bring along a sketch book to try out mark making and medium combinations that you will discover during the workshop.

Louise uses a number of collage techniques and will bring along a variety of materials, tools and suggestions. Please being your own supply of bits and pieces that interest and inspire you.

Louise will supply glues and applicators also some painting materials. Could you please provide some painting materials yourself, eg. acrylics and watercolour. Louise will bring a variety of inks, and some Brusho, however if you have any of these yourself it would be helpful to bring these along for your own use.

Please also bring a variety of brushes to suit your own style and techniques, although again Louise will have a supply from which to borrow.

Day 1:-Morning- A discussion of medium properties in order to appreciate some of the medium’s attributes.

-A series of mark making experiments to practice the mediums properties and to find techniques that suit you. You will be able to try out the mediums that Louise will bring along. It is such a help to try these products out before you commit to purchasing them, mediums have to suit you, your style and your methods.

Afternoon-You will now start to realise the image that you each want to convey, using the techniques that were developed in the morning. This will take some time; the structure of the painting is laid down using collage and texture. This work can be completed at home in the evening if you have any energy left.

Day 2:-Morning- On day two will move on to the painting techniques that you can apply to the image. The first part of the morning will be spent developing and experimenting with some of these techniques and the mediums available. You will be encouraged to mix mediums, to find and then experiment with these discoveries.

Afternoon -Although you will work towards the completion of the painting it is the processes that are most important. The afternoon will be about containing and controlling the techniques learnt.

Monday, 27 October 2014

Christmas Open Studio

Preview Evening 4pm to 8pm Saturday 15th November

Welcoming refreshments and cakes.

For anyone unable to make the preview evening the Studio will be open November Sun 16th, Thurs 20th, Fri 21st, Sat 22nd and Sun 23rd 12 noon till 5pm.

 I will then be open every Saturday until Christmas 12 noon to 5pm.

 We look forward to seeing you there.

 All the very best

Louise.

 Louise Jannetta
Artist

24 Dale Road,
Buxton,
Derbyshire,
SK17 6NL
Tel; 01298 214267
Mobile; 07931821191

Thursday, 7 August 2014

New Giclee Prints

"Come Fly With Me"

"Buxton Opera House"
These collagraph prints are now being produced as giclee prints and will be shown and on sale in the Gallery in The Gardens, Buxton

Wednesday, 21 May 2014


Commission completed.

This will be on show for the Derbyshire Open Arts 24th, 25th and 26th May, this Bank Holiday weekend, before it disappears into a private collection.




Wednesday, 23 April 2014


FREE TREES ART COMPETITION Free to enter


LOUISE JANNETTA is offering a beautiful prize of a FRAMED, ORIGINAL COLLAGRAPH PLATE called FREE TREES worth £395.00.

Entering is simple, Go to Facebook https://www.facebook.com/louisejannetta.page?fref=ts and

1).   LIKE AND SHARE THE POST
2).   Then leave your contact details at this link;        http://www.louisejannetta.co.uk/contact.php.

 The winner will be contacted by email.
It’s free to have a go, so go for it.  Invite your friends to join in. 

The exhibition runs from 7th May to 21st May 2014 and the prize winner will be drawn on the last day of the show 21st May.

LOOKING NORTH, Revealed Landscapes of the North West. Louise Jannetta’s forthcoming exhibition at Contemporary Six in Manchester 7th May – 21st May 2014. www.contemporarysix.co.uk. Please feel free to request a preview evening invite. http://www.contemporarysix.co.uk/?page_id=7.

Alex Rubens owner of Contemporary Six curates an exhibition celebrating the atmospheric and mesmerizing beauty of our harsh northern landscape. Silver grey skies over a beauty of remote and aloof splendour are depicted using very different techniques; Louise Jannetta’s highly unique collagraph plates have a stark metallic romance, whilst photography, pastels and oils are the means of expression by the artists John Eastwood, Sandra Orme and Matthew Bourne.