What my collectors say

Thank you to everyone who has given my paintings their forever homes. Here are a few comments from my collectors.

Hallway interior with framed painting of bridge over river

“Every time I walk through our hall I have a lovely reminder of Thameside strolls on warm evenings. And what could be better than contemporary art in the mirror?”

Mary, Reading


Sunrise painting of field with trees and fence silhouetted against the softly lit sky

“It’s Yorkshire Day, and this @jeannelouiseart original is everything that’s perfect about this part of the world.”

Deepa, Leeds


Textured painting of sunflowers in amber vase

“I am very happy to own that beautiful sunflower painting of yours! Adrian gave it to me for my birthday, So special. I love it. It is cheerful and bright!”

Megan, Cape Town


Textured oil painting with impasto sunflower against sage green background

"This vibrant dinky impasto painting of yours is brightening up my heart, my home! Its vivid colours, dynamic brush strokes and composition express such joy of life. Thank you."

Helga, Leeds


Textured lavender painting

Lavender Skies

"Every morning when I wake up I will see your beautiful painting."

"I love it! It's exactly what I wanted."

Leeann, Sussex


Once upon a time

"This is very loved in its forever home. Each morning I get to gaze out to sea, and the painting shimmers in a new way with the changing light. Forever in amazement with it!"

Rachel, Berkshire


Steam engine painting
Framed steam engine painting hanging in living room

"I spotted this painting on Jeanne’s website when I was desperately searching for a Xmas gift for my husband (who is a recovering gricer). Problem solved. We decided this vaporous delight would be perfect in our lounge."

Mary, Berkshire


Painting of ballerina in romantic tutu looking over her shoulder. A forest backdrop is behind her.



A painting of a ballerina in a romantic tutu, poised in a penché. A forest backdrop is behind her.

Giselle, penché


"Hi Jeanne Louise, they have arrived and they are STUNNING!!! Oh my goodness they are so much more beautiful in real life!!!  I LOVE THEM SO MUCH!!!! Thank you!!!! 🙏🙏🙏🙏💕💕💕💕💕"

Paula, Australia

Artist note: These two paintings are both inspired by my reimagining of the second act ballet Giselle. I particularly enjoy the contrast of the white romantic tutus against the enigmatic backdrops and brining my love of dance and landscape painting together.


A seascape sunrise painting hanging above a blue couch with scatter cushions.

Sunrise, Britannia Bay

"I am lucky enough to be the proud owner of one of Jeanne-Louise's breathtaking seascapes. It sits in pride of place in my lounge and visitors regularly comment on how beautiful it is. I have longe-admired the sense of movement and atmosphere she consistently captures within her work."

Fiona, Surrey

Artist note: loved painting this sky, brings back such good memories of a special family holiday spot and very honoured to have such high praise from another artist.


Painting of ballerina composed of painted feathers. She is poised in arabesque, wearing a white swan costume.


"I have always loved Jeanne's style of painting and her ballet dancers are just beautiful. I have quite a few hanging around the house and this one takes pride of place in our lounge. Delicate and elegant, it often gets commented on. Thank you Jeanne you talented lady."

Cath, Berkshire

Artist note: I love how well this subtle painting stands out against Cath's warm toned livingroom wall.


Lily, Harris Garden

"I spotted this vibrant painting at an exhibition of Jeanne’s and I was immediately struck by the gorgeous, rich colours and the composition of the lily. I currently have it in my hallway where I have a number of other flower pictures but it’s a very versatile piece and has also spent time in my kitchen and living room. Wherever it’s been it brings a pop of colour and brightness to the space."  

Emma, Surrey

Artist note: I love how smart this lily looks in the white frame Emma chose for it.

“Your art engages a viewer’s senses, imagination, memory, hopes, dreams.”

Helga, Leeds