Janice exhibits widely in the UK, Europe and worldwide - often in conjunction with teaching and demonstrating or with other textile artists.
In recent years, her textile art quilts have amazed visitors and critics alike at numerous quilt shows and venues around the world.
Here is a listing of future exhibitions where you can view Janice's work.
University of the Creative Arts
Janice has just completed an MA in Textiles at the University of the Creative Arts in Farnham.
Due to COVID restrictions, her graduate showcase exhibition is only available online.
Touching Absence - Artist's Statement
My work explores the effects of living with someone who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. It primarily deals with how ways of communicating the absences felt when communication has become difficult because of cognitive and reasoning issues. I have portrayed the absences with the use of colour and stitch and touch.
5 Oct - 18 Dec 2020
Embassy of Japan
Janice has contributed to a special exhibition at the Embassy of Japan in London - part of the Japan-UK Season of Culture 2019-2020.
Her exhibited work features Boro style stitching, sashiko and shibori - plus a new quilt using antique Japanese fabrics from her collection.
Special COVID procedure: This exhibition featuring Janice's work is going ahead with special COVID restrictions in place. Advance booking required.
In 2017 Janice contributed top a large textile installation called Ai No Keshiki - Indigo Views. The exhibition was created by Norbert Herber and Rowland Ricketts in conjunction with Awa Indigo Art Project of Tokushima Prefecture in Japan.
Janice has sent a piece of indigo dyed cloth which she exposed to light on a window sill for several months and then returned to Tokushima to become part of the whole work. Watch the installation video on YouTube.
The installation will form part of the Forces of Nature Exhibition at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC.
Festival of Quilts
Originally scheduled for Festival of Quilts 2020, postponed due to COVID.
Janice collaborates with fellow textile artists Liz Hewitt and Magie Relph of The African Fabric Shop www.africanfabric.co.uk
Their new work will feature a challenge using handwoven strip cloth, hand-dyed with indigo by Musa Jaiteh in The Gambia.
Complementing the quilts will be vintage African textiles from Magie's collection.