Meet Jane Mota
About Jane Mota
Jane Mota is a concept and written word artist with a background in Fine Art as a Social Practice and English Literature. She enjoys writing entertaining stories about her travels and creating designs that are unique and related to her background studies in art history.
Julia’s House was the inspiration for Jane’s design. ‘The black dog’ was a term that Winston Churchill coined to describe his dark thoughts and feelings. The cracks through the dark surface glisten with gold leaf, symbolising how trauma and sadness can be held together with love and space to feel such difficult feelings, with the support and help from Julia’s House professionals. And for the whole family to see the incredible value of the small but priceless moments and opportunities in the ‘golden’ minutiae of the day.