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Jane Kelly

Jane Kelly

Art and painting remains the constant in my life. I was blessed to live in Jasper as a child before moving to a ranch in central Alberta. After my University years at U. of A. and U. of C., I have been fortunate to live in various locations of Alberta and north- eastern B.C. involved in the agriculture and forestry industries. Mountains, foothills, parkland and prairies are all landscapes that I find have their own beauty and significance. I have always marveled at the magnificent light and rhythms of our beautiful land. The challenge of capturing these experiences through painting has been a life-long passion for me, and I hope my art resonates with others awed by the land we share.

Jane Kelly is an Alberta artist drawing inspiration from her experiences living and working in various locations of Alberta and north eastern B.C.  Jane spent her childhood in Jasper, later moving to a ranch in Central Alberta.  She graduated from U. of A. with a BSc. in Biology followed by a Professional Diploma in Education from U. of C.  Since then she has attended many workshops in drawing, composition and technique. 

Jane is an Active Status member of the Federation of Artists and has belonged to several art groups over the years where she has participated in numerous juried group shows. Her work has won several awards, highlighted by a piece chosen by a Member of Parliament for their Ottawa office.  Jane was also pleased to create a commissioned painting for the Sandy Cross Conservation Society. In addition, Jane has taught adult community art classes and children’s enrichment classes.


Route 22 Gallery is located on the land of the Treaty 7 people. In the spirit of respect, reciprocity and truth, we honour and acknowledge the Treaty 7 territory and the cultural and oral practices of the Îyâxe Nakoda and Tsuut’ina nations as well as the Blackfoot confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, (Métis Nation District 4) within the historical Northwest Métis homeland. It is a privilege and and an honour to share these lands as our collective home.

Route 22 is an inclusive organization. We love our gallery – all are welcome here.

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