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Artist Jan Harbon lives and works in Hampshire, UK, and originally trained as an illustrator at the London College of Printing. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Gilbert Whites in Selborne, and enjoys producing a variety of work around the house and garden. The mask fabric is from one of her beautiful floral paintings. She combines the intricately painted flowers with intertwined text including names of some of Austen’s works as well as a quote, “it was a sweet view, sweet to the eye and to the mind”, and a reference to Mr. Darcy’s Buttonhole.
Jan has exhibited widely as a member of the Society of Floral Painters and the Society of Botanical Artists as well as at solo and mixed exhibitions across the UK.