Jane LowBeer is a mixed media artist living in downtown Toronto. Monotypes have been her medium of choice during the last decade. Jane LowBeer started her artistic career as a printmaker studying with Stanley Hayter at his famous Atelier 17 in Paris. During her career she has exhibited in New York, Montreal and various places in Europe. Her works have garnered her prizes and are included in private and public collections including The Victoria and Albert Museum in London and Biblioteque National in Paris.

In Toronto Jane is a member of Loop Gallery and is represented by Open Studio and Nikolai Rukai gallery. For almost twenty years she designed and constructed sets and a huge variety of puppets as artistic director of the multi-media theatre company, The Crankee Consort. Jane teaches yoga and is a Phoenix Rising Yoga therapist.


Exhibitions at Loop

2017 – Landlines

2015 – Walking

2013 – Seams, sewn collages

2011 – Shelf Life