Designer and artist, Jane Chetcuti has developed an individual style inspired by country walks and a love of art and design. After studying at Chelsea School of Art and a career in London, including being Art Director at
BBC Good Food magazine, Jane relocated to the countryside with her family. There she began to create
photographic art, transformed into vibrant landscape giclée prints. Pushing her creativity further, Jane now designs striking patterns, beautifully turned into silk scarves. Artuma silk scarves are produced to an exceptional standard using digital print and finished with hand rolled hems.
“My work is for people who love colour and want to bring some of the outdoors, indoors and even wear! I’ve developed a style over the years that combines strong colours and compositions which originate from my love of the countryside, pop culture and art. I love capturing the unseen and creating personal keepsakes. Organic shapes and forms within the natural world often spark my interest and I curate what I see everyday, bringing vibrancy and boldness into my work. Each element and landscape is digitally captured in a moment of time and transformed into vivid silk scarves and rural pop art.”