Janet Ayliffe

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Meeting the Owl Family
Archival pigment print
65/100
72 x 30 cm
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Cneorifolia Thicket
Archival pigment print
47/100
74 x 30 cm
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Far Eastern Osprey Family
Archival pigment print
10/100
78 x 29 cm
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Grace of Swans
Archival pigment print
7/100
74 x 53 cm
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Island High Hills to La Roque Gageas
Archival pigment print
61/100
84 x 31 cm
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Journey of the Far East Curlew
Archival pigment print
10/100
61 x 44 cm
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Lucky & the Lemon Drizzle Cake
Archival pigment print
17/100
74 x 42 cm
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Sedge of Herons
Archival pigment print
7/100
80 x 30 cm
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A Creche of Stilts and a Toggle of Toadfish
Archival pigment print
47/100
77.5 x 30.5 cm
Framed
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A Gaze of Goannas and a Peer of Plovers
Archival pigment print
57/100
81 x 37.5 cm
Framed
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Milly & Norman Count The Possum 38/100
Etching
38/100
43 x 30.5 cm
Framed
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Molly & Milly Consider The Ring Tailed Possum 12/100
Etching
12/100
43 x 30.5 cm
Framed
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Janet  Ayliffe

Janet Ayliffe

Janet Ayliffe Biography

Janet Ayliffe has been working as a print artist, painter and printmaker for more than 20 years. In that time, she has developed a highly original style that reflects her life, her environment and her family. A pioneer of solar plate (Photopolymer) etching techniques as well as multiple plate work, she produces art that is, at once, accessible and deeply complex and, at times, mystical.

Born and brought up at a farm on Kangaroo Island, Janet now lives with her family at Honey Humm Farm outside Kangarilla, a village in the beautiful hills region south of Adelaide in South Australia. She teaches drawing and etching technique in classes near her home and conducts workshops during interstate visits. 

Janet's work is displayed in public and private collections and in art galleries throughout Australia and in many other parts of the world. She regularly contributes to group and solo exhibitions and the major craft shows around Australia. Her work has won many prizes.

 

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