Over the past four decades Jan Wagstaff’s paintings have been exhibited in museums and galleries world-wide and acquired for private and public collections. Her work has garnered extensive reviews and she has been awarded numerous Artist-in-Residence opportunities, grants, fellowships and prizes.
Wagstaff’s imagery derives primarily from nature, which she renders in oil on canvas. She is especially drawn to marshland grasses, aspen canopies, birds in flight, waterways and reflections.
CLICK HERE to see video of Jan Wagstaff’s group show, “A Sense of Place,” with Richard Tette and Chris Sawyer (August 2020).
Jan Wagstaff is featured in an interview on the Youth Arts Collective (YAC) blog.