Jane Duff is a plein-air landscape painter for whom the natural world is her inspiration. She gravitates to the wilder parts of the country to seashores and mountains but also to the open spaces, rivers, wetlands and nature reserves of Oxfordshire, many of which are managed and protected by the Wildlife Trust, Earth Trust and the RSPB. Despite this, many are still under threat from development. ‘The plaintive song of our wildlife and natural world pushes me to record what I see and feel’. Jane exhibits throughout the UK and has won the Mary Moser Arts prize.