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I strive to be both

vulnerable & fearless

Jane Reväe McWhirter is a visual artist from Saskatoon, SK, which is on Treaty 6 Territory. In 2019 Jane  received her BFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University in Montreal, majoring in painting and ceramics.

Jane creates as an outlet, channeling emotion into her work while exploring a multitude of mediums. Jane's work often involves themes of healing, vulnerability, connection, personal growth, overcoming trauma, issues of  mental health, feminism, nature and the occult. Her work often features women in a wide array of emotions; in an attempt to explore the strength and power of being a woman that is honouring and embracing her authentic self.

Jane has spent several years using art to promote personal growth, build community and help improve the lives of others. She’s worked with people from all backgrounds and of all ages but specializes in working with at-risk youth.
Currently Jane is working on maintaining an active practice as an artist, post education. Jane has been exploring wheel throwing, creating small bowls, dishes and cups. She  has been learning to embroider, with some help from the internet, but mostly just learning by doing. She is creating several collections of work for sale. With plans to launch an online store stocked with embroidered patches, ceramics, customized clothing,  prints, stickers, and more in the near future.


 Yiara Magazine

Essay by Céline Cardineau

Jane's Ceramic Witch & Altar were

selected to be published in Yiara magazine, 

an undergraduate feminist art + art history publication based out of Concordia University in Montréal, Quebec. 

Art Beyond the Lines

Video by Cory Schewaga

Art Beyond the Lines is a video series about Canadian artists created by Cory Schewaga, based in Saskatoon

Artist's  Work Links 

Campus & Community

Article by Michael Robin

Published through the University of

Saskatchewan News

"Jane McWhirter has discovered art has

great power to change, to heal, to grow—

and she is working to share that power."     

SCYAP Urban Canvas Project 

Bamboo Shoots

Video  by Trona Garvie

A spotlight on SCYAP's Urban Canvas Project (UCP) featuring participants from UPC 10 + 11. Jane was a UCP participant in 2010, and a UCP Project Leader in 2015-2016


Urban Canvas Project

Podcast by Kevin Power

SaskScapes is Sask Culture a podcast

featuring the stories of arts, culture, heritage

in Saskatchewan. This series is produced

and hosted by Kevin Power.

Art Therapy

Connects Saskatoon 

Article by Keighlagh Donovan


Article about Jane's community based work

in the University of Saskatchewan's

student newspaper, The Sheaf. Photos by

Cory Schewaga.

SCYAP Changes Lives

Video  by Shaw TV

A spotlight on SCYAP's featuring Jane &

several staff members Focusing on the

healing powers of art among at-risk youth in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan . 

PAVED Arts Toon's Kitchen

Write up about Jane's video work that was showcased at PAVED Arts, new media Gallery & Artist Run Centre inSaskatoon. 

Ominocity's Guide to Carnies

Interview with Chris Morin


Jane traveled across western Canada as with the fair, three summers, as a teenager. Omnocity interviewed Jane to get an inside look at carnie life.