Jayne Walther, (1962, New Jersey), is a self-taught visual artist whose paintings, photography, and mixed media works explore how our thoughts impact our reality and lead us to a state of connectedness or separation.
Her abstract expressionist works are influenced by her 20+ years of practicing mindfulness meditation and classical ballet. Her style can be characterized as a contrasting dialog of stillness and motion.
Jayne’s art has been presented in solo and group exhibits in North Carolina and New York, and is held in several private North Carolina collections. She has also developed a workshop called “Creative Revival” where she teaches participants how to access inner stillness and unleash their creative energy.
Her studio is located at Litmus Gallery and Studios in Raleigh, North Carolina. Since 2015 she has also served as the juror and curator for Litmus Gallery’s exhibits. Her artwork is also available at The Village Art Circle Gallery in Cary, North Carolina.
Every phase of my life’s journey has offered new experiences that have brought me to this point of creating and sharing my art. Insatiably curious about the invisible energy that surrounds us, I dwell in silent spaces, listening and observing, looking beneath surface layers for truth. Working from my soul, I translate what I find. The language I use is art.