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Icons & Paintings

...& Murals

Jeanette is a versatile artist; she is able to capture the transcendent beauty of Catholic art; whose imagery springs from the mystery of the Incarnation.

Below are examples of famous artworks reproduced for clients, others have been designed and painted by Jeanette to clients specific requirements, including the Mural of the English Martyrs.

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To commission an Artwork by Jeanette, contact us.


Saint Gregory the Great

Original illuminated manuscript by the Limbourg brothers.
Replicated in Gouache on Gessoed Panel.

Commissioned by Revd. Fr. John Smith.

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St. Kentigern

Patron of Liverpool Archdiocese. Acrylic on canvas with gold leaf detail. Church of St. Kentigern Melling.

St.Teresa of Calcutta

One of five icons Painted for Portsmouth Archdiocese academies, which included Pierre Giorgio Frassati, Pope John Paul II, Theresa of Calcutta, John Henry Newman, Edith Stein. (Painting shown on easel.

"Finding in the Temple"

Original by Simone Martini - reproduced on wood panel with gilded background and raised pas tillage detail.

Commissioned By Fr. J. Smith 

St. Catherine of Sienna

Concept Sketch and finished painting shown. Commissioned by the Sisters of Priory House.

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Our Lady Undoer of Knots,

Arylic on traditional gesso wood panel with gilded detailing. Used to introduce Novena devotions and printed prayer cards.

commissioned by Fr. J. Smith.

All Saints of Lincolnshire

Icon commissioned by Revd. B.C. Bechtold of All Saints parish, Wainfleet Lincolnshire: (Anglican Communion of Saints depicted.)


Church of the English Martyrs.
Twenty Martyrs who had local connections to Stoke on Trent were depicted in this sanctuary mural.
Commissioned by Fr. Julian Greene as part of the ongoing refurbishement of the church.

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Old Roan Methodist Church
The children and parents room was given a facelift with a decorative freize which continued over three walls of the room.
Known as the ABC room, this logo was incorporated into the pictorial scheme.