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March 20, 2018

Jane Smith Launches Wearable Art Clothing Line

Brisbane, Queensland– Artist Jane Smith has launched her wearable art clothing line with garments imprinted with her crystal fine art. The artist has released 3 kimonos and 2 scarf designs.

Jane and her team decided to engage EJM to produce her wearable art. EJM is a leader in high quality on-demand printed garments and fashion accessories.

“I am absolutely ecstatic to commence this new category for my art,” says Artist Jane Smith.

“I have had many, many people tell me that my art should be printed on scarves and other garment types and accessories. This has been a dream of mine since I started pursuing my art.”

Artist Jane Smith combines crystal making, micrography and photography to create distinctive and remarkable fine art. Her work challenges viewers to interpret new worlds, fantastic landscapes, sublime seascapes and other unexpected sights.

“The entire process of creating and later publicly presenting my Swarovski art excites me; from growing the crystals to witnessing the awe people express when viewing the finished piece,” says Ms. Smith. “Everyone sees something different. People are enthralled with the unusual but inexplicably familiar structures and shapes in the crystal formations.”

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About Jane Smith

Jane Smith is an artist and author. Currently, she has focused her artistic skills towards Swarovski fine art photography and designing her wearable art clothing line. Using a high-powered microscope and polarized light Ms Smith finds unique images that will never occur again in nature. In addition, she has co-authored eight photography-related books with her husband, Dr. John Smith, and they are currently working on their ninth book together.

Visit http://www.janesmithart.com/ to learn more and view Jane Smith’s work.

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