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Jean Picton paints the lush, beautiful flowers that have become her trademark, as a symbol of the hope that she is compelled to feel when she considers the state of the world. Life erupts even in the bleakest corner and this resilience gives Jean much comfort.

This amazingly prolific artist has led the most extraordinary life so far. Born in the ‘30s, she had a theatrical career at the age of 14 and was a famous ‘Windmill Girl’ in London in the fifties, working with many famous names from British showbusiness. A TV acting career followed then a spell running her own production company until, in 1990, she retired and began painting seriously.

In 2002 she achieved a Fine Art Batchelors Degree with Honours from the University of Hertfordshire as well as a Design Diploma from Central St. Martins’ College in London. She is now a respected Art Tutor in her own right and, until very recently, ran the oversubscribed ‘Art Menorca’ painting holidays.