Jane Norbury is a british artist who studied ceramics and sculpture in the UK and in France. In 1986 she set up her first studio in an old suitcase factory in London – Unit 7 Studios. In the 1990’s she bought a ruin in France to store her large installation piece ‘Têtes Brûlées’, first exhibited for the opening of Canary Wharf in the east end of London in 1991. L’Atelier des Neuf Portes – the ‘studio of the nine doors’ – situated in rural Burgundy, has been her workplace and her home ever since.
Her works have been exhibited widely in France and Britain, and also in Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Japan, Canada, Belgium, Hong Kong, Australia and the USA. She is a member if the International Academy of Ceramics.