Jane Dinmore is an abstract artist whose colourful, anthropomorphic forms and nebulous lines create non-representational spaces which are open to witty and mischievous interpretation. Her imagined places thrive within a frivolous unity between colour, line and form, creating abstracted landscapes where the unusual and absurd are incorporated into their very fabric. Her compositions are balanced by solid forms and shapes; standing stones, mouse holes, legs jutting out from clouds, they are all suggestive of a metaphysical, conscious realm.
After studying Fine Art, Painting at Hertfordshire College, Dinmore went on to graduate from Goldsmiths in London in 1999. Since 2006, she has lived and worked out of her East Sussex studio and home. Her work has featured in the 2022 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition as part of one of Grayson Perry's selection rooms.