It makes me feel incredibly happy when I see the artwork come together and I don’t quite know how I got there. I also love seeing the joy and love other people have for something I have created. I feel like I have made a connection using my artwork and my landscape
— Jenie Fawckner to Graziher Autumn 2016
Jenie Fawckner and her children outside her Roma studio

Jenie Fawckner and her children outside her Roma studio

Jenie Fawckner's life has been dominated by art and the grazing industry.  

For as long as she can remember she has been making, creating and expressing herself through art.  Encouraged by her creative mother and aunts, Jenie had a well spent childhood painting, drawing, sewing, knitting, crocheting, spinning wool, making paper and moulding clay.

She has a degree in Fine Art from the Queensland College of Art majoring in print making.

She uses oil based inks to produce her screen prints using a method that is not commonly used these days.  First she hand paints liquid stencils onto her screen to build up a finished work.

Her favourite subject is the landscape.

One Fine Day - Jenie Fawckner
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Jenie and her husband have recently made the difficult decision to sell their property south west of Roma and are in the process of moving to the Darling Downs in eastern Queensland.  They also have four children who are encouraged to let their creativity run rampant.


Delicate Sky - Jenie Fawckner
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