Jean Jewer   
 

 

Jean Jewer: The Ebb and Flow of Language – Essay by Petra Halks 
Jean Jewer comes from the edge of the world. A fisherman's daughter, she grew up in Main Brook, a remote village on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, where she watched gigantic icebergs float by, and wind and water whip and carve the land. Her abstract paintings testify to a first-hand experience of the raw energy, violence and beauty of Eastern Canada's coastal landscape. Go To

 

 

"IMAGES IN THE FOG" Posted By Barbara Cuerden, Art Writer, In Guerilla Blog 
Jewer layers three panels in a top-to-bottom composition that seems to record details of a lost conversation where the rain told her what it saw and the wind told her how to write it down. Go To
 

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