Save Me I'm Wild
Jane Anashka’s work is best described in her own words, “When you hold a pressed flower against the light and see the perfectly formed detail you realise how wonderful Nature is.”
Together with her partner, photographer John Cowie they look for the normally unseen delicate skeletal structure of plants. They started ‘Save Me I’m Wild’ in 2012 and hope their images will motivate concern for the loss of wild plant habitats worldwide.
Working from their home studio in Kew, they grow many plants from around the world in their greenhouse and small garden pond. Jane’s work has been featured in Gardens Illustrated and House & Garden. In 2008 they were awarded the RHS Silver-gilt medal for their exhibit ‘Translucent Light’ – the Interior World of Flowers.
From the sale of each A2 size fine art archival print they donate £2 to Fauna & Flora International.