In Conversation with painter Jane McCall

Jane has been painting all her life, but spent many years as a potter, developing a Bloomsbury style of earthenware much of which was sold at Charleston Farmhouse in Sussex. Now she is painting more of the time using acrylics and oils.

What inspired you to be a painter/interior designer?

Space and light and nature coming indoors


If they were to make a toy action figure of you, what would your accessory be?

An easel, brushes, canvas and paint


To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life within the design world has taken?

I ran an interiors company, then moved to louvred shutters and now mainly paint.

What would be your dream interior project?

A French chateau, mixing murals and painted furniture with antiques and modern.

What’s something you know you do differently than most people?


If you could go back in time and speak to your adolescent self, what advice would you give them about the design world?

Do what you love.


Jane McCall


Follow her on Instagram: @jane_mccall

Photo courtesy of Jane McCall