Jane Flavell Collins


Jane Flavell Collins executes realistic paintings of both landscape and still life. A native of New England, she works in all mediums but is currently very involved in acrylic and oil painting. The artist graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art and subsequently received a Master of Arts degree during a year of study in Florence, Italy. 

Throughout her career Collins was an art teacher in both public and private schools.  She is currently a courtroom artist for TV 4, 7 and 25 in the Boston area.

The artist has exhibited at institutions throughout New England such as the Art Complex, the Ellison Center for the Arts and the Bumpus Gallery in Duxbury, the Copley Society in Boston, the South Street Gallery in Hingham, the Pemaquid Lighthouse Gallery in Pemaquid, ME and the Arts and Science in Nashua, NH where she was honored with a lifetime membership.

She is a member of the Duxbury Art Association, the Cape Cod Art Association, the North River Art Association, the Scituate Art Association and the South Shore Art Association.  Collins’ paintings have been included in several books, “100 ways to Paint”, published by the International Artist Magazine.”

The artist is a three time New England Emmy Award winner for her courtroom art work as well as a joint recipient for a National Peabody Award with Chuck Kramer from WCVB-TV 5 for a TV Special completely illustrated with pastel drawings by Collins.



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