Jane Rose MA
Environmental Beach Litter Artist




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The artist supports the Marine Conservation Society and donates 10% of her sales to the society. As part of the MCS Coastal Challenge, she took part in a sponsored walk around the entire coast of Colonsay. She raised over 500.00 and while on the walk beach combed and is now in the process of creating a new artwork based on her findings  


A major solo exhibition at the Guild Hall, Gloucester. Entitled ‘Half a Hot Water Bottle’. A collection of beach and street litter works. April 3rd - 29th.

2011 & 2012
Permanent exhibitions in the following: -
Sea Life London Aquarium. ( until 11/12)
Birmingham National Sea Life Centre. ( until 08/11 )

Ongoing: -
Gweek National Seal Sanctuary.
Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary.
Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary.
Loch Lomond Sea Life Aquarium.
Weymouth Sea Life and Marine Park.
Blackpool Sea Life Centre.
Bray National Sea Life Centre S. Ireland.

‘Message in a Bottle’. The Old Waiting Room, Isle of Colonsay.

Scottish Sealife Sanctuary. Oban Ongoing permanent Exhibition funded by the Marine Science Festival originally

World Environment Day, Barnwood Gloucester. Exhibition of street litter and drop in workshops.

The Darkroom Photographers. Cheltenham. Small exhibition.

The Deutsche Bank London. Donation to the MCS Beach Litter Art Exhibition.

The Gardens Gallery. Cheltenham. New works. ‘Street Litter’

Vision 21. Centre for Change Cheltenham. Donation of street litter works.

Other activities.
Featured in a film "The Island Dream" from Hebridean Island Images.

Consultant for the Corona Save the Beach Deviant Art exhibition.

Visit to Cape Cornwall to meet and exchange ideas with Beach Litter artist Fran Crowe

Planning a campaign called ‘Use Tap Water not Bottled’ the message inherent in her ‘Message in a Bottle’ exhibition which includes real messages in plastic drinks bottles found on the coast around Colonsay.





Coastal Challange Colonsay



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