Jane Wheeler

Wheeler moved to Cupar three years ago from Norfolk, and finds the Scottish landscape an endless source of inspiration. Her paintings are mostly figurative, with abstract elements, mainly of landscape, trees, interiors, horses, her garden. Often there are words too, and the processes the paintings go through are visible in the layering.

40 Campbell Crescent, Cupar, KY15 5YT
Telephone: 07789 005 829
Email: design [at] janewheeler.co.uk
Directions: turn off Ceres road into Robertson Road. take first right into Hogarth Road take second left into Robertson Road take first right into Campbell Crescent take next right into branch of Campbell Crescent my bungalow is on the right and the studio is in the garage.
Access: parking in my drive, parking along the kerb in front of the house - all kerb parking is free. studio has a step up - not accessible for wheelchairs.
Points of Interest: Walking to Ceres on Ceres moor footpath starts nearby with footpath loops at the top of the hill through woods, also you can walk to Tarvit Ponds on the edge of Cupar, and along the Eden via Cow Bridge. We are very close to Cairngreen Wood and the Hill of Tarvit, Dura Den and Kemback woods.
abstract painting of dark green & blue over gold
Appaloosa horse in yellow field with trees and farm buildings
pink and green landscape with vivid blue sky and a single tall tree above a female figure with only head and shoulders in the middle of the bottom edge
small painting of a young woman in blue shorts walking her little white dog in a blue forest
small watercolour of a dining room with curvy blue chairs
small painting of two people in shorts (from behind) partially obscured by the leaves of the trees they are walking under
small painting of trees in a wood with a small roe deer in the distance
a mother and daughter in a wood standing in front of a signpost. They both hold roughly cut wooden staffs