Jane Reagh studied at NSCAD (BFA 1986) and Parson's School of Design (MFA 1989).  She studied paintings in collections all over Europe, Canada and the USA. She has lived and painted in many places. She has taught art-making and art history to adults and children. From 1998- 2012 she raised and home schooled her own children.

Reagh considers herself a "re-emerging artist".   She took time off her profession to focus on raising children. She is now "re-emerging" with the fresh eyes of a new painter as well as many years of painting behind her.  
In 2013 her family moved to Corner Brook.  She finds the landscape around Corner Brook stunningly beautiful.  It has been her focus for the last two years. Why paint the landscape?  Reagh thinks of her paintings as recording intense moments of listening and looking at a landscape- the light, the colour, the wind. 

Unmediated by digital or other media, Reagh tries to see and hear what the land is saying at that moment. This is what her paintings share.