Gallery of selected artworks by Jennifer Glover, including ballet, nudes, floral and landscape pieces in a variety of media.
Ballerina in Forward Fold. How does this beautiful ballerina hold this amazing pose?
She seems to be looking inwards – reflective, quiet and totally unaware of our gaze.
It reminds me very much of a yoga, and there is that similar meditative quality to this piece.
This large piece of ballet drawing would looking stunning in a hallway, dining room or lounge.
The soft grey charcoal tones complete a neutral interior.
It is modern yet classic, neither showy or unmissable.
It could be hung as a focus piece or as part of an eclectic collection.
Ballet Fine Art
How do you style your home? What do you surround yourself with every day?
I truly believe your external world can affect your attitude. The art you hang on your walls can project a certain image to yourself, your family and your guests.
For me, just looking at these drawings makes me want to stand up straight. I want to talk with purpose. I want to dress elegantly, be smart and sassy, and step out into the world in control and tackle everything with grace.
Even if I'm only walking past a painting on the way to bed, I know I'll inspire me when I wake up.
Blue Tit Pink Bellied Jug
Original oil painting of Hogben Pottery’s Blue Tit Pink Bellied jug on Farrow & Ball’s "Bone" background. This sweet little pink jug is filled with Hedgerow Blossom, Cow Parsley, Wild Garlic and Greater Stitchwort.
Peony watercolour prints in country kitchen
I love this floral collection. And I love to change my pictures so I never get bored ( Guess that is a perk of painting them myself!)
These three peony and sage watercolour prints have been in my bedroom but also look so fresh in my kitchen breakfast area.
I don't think I'll ever tire of rearranging my shelves, paintings and china. It is the most pleasant way to potter away the hours.
A Botanical Display
I wanted to show just how versatile these little botanical studies can be.
I love to combine different proportions and colours to make a series of paintings look exciting.
By mixing one black frame amongst white, I've accentuated the dark wood burner and brick fireplace.
Carefully hanging your art can make a big difference to the final interior design.
A Painterly Mix
This eclectic mix of pretty floral watercolours and botanical drawings looks perfect on this Victorian mantlepiece.
I love to mix and match.
Pairing a charcoal sketch with colourful flowers watercolours adds a little depth to the collection. And the palest of apricot roses gives just the right amount of romance to modern neutral walls.
Sometimes the simplest paintings are the most effective.
I've always loved this Cosmos Dazzler. I grew in from Sarah Raven seeds and it really does shine.
This little shelfie shows how a little bright colour and some elegant French Florals can work well together.
Fox Terrier Jug on Grey Bone
Pretty oil painting of Hogben Pottery’s Fox Terrier jug with blossom and Farrow & Ball "Bone" background. The original painting is now sold but this little framed print would suit any cottage style interior. Styled here with the David Austin rose – Mill on the Floss.