Jen Orpin

Contemporary painter, Manchester, UK

Time for Reflection
Time for Reflection

Oil on canvas 20x30 cm SOLD

press to zoom
Every Angle Covered
Every Angle Covered

Oil on canvas 20x30 cm £595

press to zoom
Dark Times
Dark Times

Oil on canvas 20x25cm £575

press to zoom
Undercover Autumn I
Undercover Autumn I

Oil on canvas 30x20cm £595

press to zoom
Creeping Through the Concrete
Creeping Through the Concrete

Oil on canvas SOLD

press to zoom
Southbound Pies
Southbound Pies

Oil on canvas 44x33cm framed SOLD

press to zoom
Get In Lane
Get In Lane

Oil on gesso board 20x20cm £525

press to zoom
It Was All A Dream #9
It Was All A Dream #9

Oil on canvas 15x20cm £295

press to zoom
It Was All A Dream #8
It Was All A Dream #8

Oil on canvas 20x15cm £295

press to zoom
Fundamental Elements of Life I
Fundamental Elements of Life I

Oil on canvas 15x20cm £395

press to zoom
Fundamental Elements of Life II
Fundamental Elements of Life II

Oil on canvas 15x20cm £395

press to zoom
Fundamental Elements of Life III
Fundamental Elements of Life III

Oil on canvas 15x20cm £395

press to zoom
Autumn Has Landed
Autumn Has Landed

Oil on Canvas SOLD

press to zoom
It Was All Yelow
It Was All Yelow

Oil on canvas 20x30 cm SOLD

press to zoom
It's A Toll
It's A Toll

Oil on canvas SOLD

press to zoom
Shall We Just Keep Going?
Shall We Just Keep Going?

SOLD

press to zoom
It's Always Further Than You Think
It's Always Further Than You Think

SOLD

press to zoom
There Are Too Many Miles Between Us
There Are Too Many Miles Between Us

SOLD

press to zoom
Moving On
Moving On

Oil on canvas board 20x15cm SOLD

press to zoom
Not Far From Here
Not Far From Here

Oil on canvas board 20x15cm SOLD

press to zoom

About the Artist

Jen Orpin graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1996 with a degree in Fine Art. She lives in Manchester and joined Rogue Artists’ Studios in 2000. As well as exhibiting UK wide, selling her paintings nationally and internationally, her work has been accepted into several Open Art exhibitions. She made the long list for the Jackson’s Open Painting Prize 2018, 19 and 2020 and in 2018 she appeared in Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year where the judges chose her in their top three for the heat. In 2020 she was one of 20 shortlisted artists from a submission entry of 2,000 in the first HOME Open exhibition Manchester and was also selected for The New Light Art Prize and the ING discerning Eye Exhibition. 

2021 has seen her have a ten-week solo show at the Manchester Modernist Society, show at Saul Hay Fine Art, The Gallery Holt in Norfolk, selected for the Wells Art Contemporary and The Bankley Open Call. Her paintings have appeared in two publications in conjunction with the Modernist Society and a project called Landscapes of Post War Infrastructure. In May her motorway paintings featured in the Guardian online and The Observer's New Review arts and culture magazine. 

Jen is a contemporary landscape painter whose work is a response to and concerned with themes around the journeys we make, the open road and their landmarks, memories, nostalgia and documenting the often-overlooked dark gritty corners of the urban environment.

Jen Orpin Sky Landscape Artist of the year contestant