My work is abstract, influenced by vernacular rural architecture, construction works, rustic resourcefulness and environmental decline or decay. Philosophies that embrace imperfection inspire the making of my work, with surfaces, edges and layers alluding to the challenges and uncertainties of life.
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Jazz Green studied fine art at Farnham and printmaking at the Royal College of Art in London. While studying at the RCA she was awarded an Erasmus scholarship to study for a term at Athens School of Fine Arts. Four months in Athens and travelling around Greece to some of its small islands was a notable influence in the development of her art. Graduating from the RCA she was then selected for the ‘New Contemporaries’, a national touring show culminating at the Institute for Contemporary Art (ICA) in London. She later moved from London to settle in rural Suffolk.
Jazz Green is also a member of The Suffolk Group.
2019 The Suffolk Group, Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh, UK
2018 Walberswick weekends, May 2016 to August 2018, UK
2017 Artworks, Blackthorpe Barn, Rougham, UK
2016 Cley Contemporary, Cley, Norfolk, UK
2016 100 Square Feet, Halesworth Gallery
2012 Feeling the Pressure, Rhyl Arts Centre, Wales, UK
2012 On the Map, Hastings Museum & Art Gallery, Sussex, UK
2012 Seven Ways, Wymondham Arts Centre, Norfolk, UK
2011 A Touch of Frost, Reunion Gallery, Felixstowe, UK
2011 Six Abstract Painters, The Halesworth Gallery, UK
2010 Textures, Traces & Elements, Beyond the Image, Suffolk, UK
2010 Rebirth, Art1821 Gallery, Norwich, UK
2010 Elements: Man & The Environment, The Forum, Norwich, UK
2009 Salt of the Earth, Salthouse Church, Norfolk, UK
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