Internationally acclaimed artist unveils new exhibition

Lively images continually encourage an artist to celebrate her gifted life.

Internationally acclaimed Janice Sylvia Brock has unveiled her most up-to-date selection of paintings.

Oozing with electricity, this energetic female divides her time involving properties in Alderley Edge and Barbados exactly where she has studio galleries.

Janice Sylvia Brock

‘Sunday Service’ captures the vibrant colours of the Caribbean

Her get the job done hangs in personal collections in Europe, South Africa, Australia , New Zealand, Japan and Canada.

Two small oil paintings depicting the English landscape grace the partitions of the White Household.

Janice Sylvia Brock

Janice at her easel

Tropical bouquets and the warmth and vitality of the Caribbean are some of her favourite subjects.

“I adore color,” said Janice. “I function with oils on canvas. West Indian females have vivacious physiques. Jamaica is wonderful. I am not afraid of using color.”

Janice Sylvia Brock

Portrait of Desires

Her portraits imbue their subjects with a living high-quality that no digital camera could ever capture.

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“Men and women, sites and motion encourage me,” she claimed. “Doing the job on a greater scale, you can investigate color and motion.”

Janice Sylvia Brock

The Comforter inspired by her late mum

Janice used two months in a spa painting four murals, just about every 1 measuring 12ft by 10ft, making four goddesses to mirror the four seasons.

“It was hard functioning in the warmth but I really like major spaces.”

Her operates resonate with existence, sensuality and humour.

Janice Sylvia Brock

Janice Sylvia Brock

Born in Manchester, she vividly remembers her very first exhibition in a library.

“A lady came in and ran out into the streets screaming that I experienced nudes on the wall. Everybody was curious so it became a genuine success and I offered most of my paintings.

Janice Sylvia Brock

The Fruit Carrier

“I have just been blessed and always experienced great persons performing with me.”

Janice’s profession has been stellar as she is often commissioned by corporate clients and stars.

Her paintings cling in some of the most prestigious private collections including people of the Duke of Westminster and Richard O’Brien.

She has exhibited in London’s world-popular Saatchi Gallery whilst a personal displaying of her work was attended by Prince Charles.

Janice has also been a visitor of the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Sir Cliff Richard attended the launch of her autobiography My Daily life on Canvas, which captures how she commenced and her career so much.

Editor Catherine Mason, Janice Sylvia Brock and Sir Cliff Richard at the launch of her book My Life on Canvas

Editor Catherine Mason, Janice Sylvia Brock and Sir Cliff Richard at the start of her e-book

Driven by a really like of life and motivation to aiding other folks, Janice is constantly reaching out to assistance many will cause.

She is organising a charity ball upcoming calendar year for an 8-year-aged boy who desires professional remedy to aid him to wander.

Janice Sylvia Brock

Editor Catherine Mason and Janice Sylvia Brock

“I am also aiming to get to India to elevate funds in memory of my brother Stephen who was an architect and wrote a diary,” said Janice.

“I hope to paint each and every place he visited and place the paintings into an auction to elevate resources. It is really a aspiration I have.

“Each and every work arrives from my coronary heart.”

Janice Sylvia Brock

Praying Woman

Janice has furnished art remedy for individuals, presented artwork lessons at Styal women’s prison and lectured in art.

Eager to encourage budding artists, she is constantly satisfied to share her enthusiasm and skills.

“You have to think in by yourself,” stated Janice. “I appreciate accomplishing what I do. I’ve experienced some genuinely amazing exhibitions.”

Her Oval Faces collection which will be exhibited along with nudes at the prestigious Nineteen Gallery in London’s Chelsea.