Janet Pfeiffer Mixed Media Artist 

Janet Pfeiffer Mixed Media Artist 


About the Artist - Janet Pfeiffer 


Trained Life Model for Life Drawing-Life Model’s Society - Melbourne Vic 2021

Advanced Diploma Transpersonal Art Therapy IKON Institute of Australia 2016  

Accredited InterPlay Leader INTERPLAY AUSTRALIA 2008 

Touch Drawing Facilitator CENTRE FOR TOUCH DRAWING 2007

Visual Artist Mixed Media & Intuitive Painter 2006 

Janet Pfeiffer
Janet Pfeiffer

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'Priesthood of all Believers' Sold and on display in St John of God Hospital WA
'Priesthood of all Believers' Sold and on display in St John of God Hospital WA

Janet Pfeiffer Story

Born in South Australia, Janet has travelled extensively as a child of a RAF family including the UK and 4 years living in Cyprus.


As a self-taught mixed media artist she has been teaching creative art workshops for over 13 years. Janet has continued to follow her passion for art and well-being, training as a Creativity Coach, InterPlay Leader (Improvised Movement, Voice and Storytelling), Touch Drawing Facilitator and an Accredited Art Therapist.


Returning to the small town of Keyneton in the beautiful Barossa Valley after a number of years living in Sydney, NSW and Perth WA she now works from her purpose built studio at home.  

As a visual artist, her art journey first began in watercolors, followed closely by acrylics which led her into the endless world of mixed media.

Janet says, “Recently I re-discovered my love of combining a wide range of readily available art materials, most of them already in my studio, to create a series of more than forty collages."

To view some of her collage art click here

Janet aligns with Shaun McNiff in his book Trust the Process when he says, "The creative imagination requires a certain abandon and disregard for results, which often, paradoxically generates the most useful outcomes." He says, "The formative forces of chance and accident have to be given opportunity to shape our expressions."

What most excites her in the art-making process is playful abandon, and the creativity that emerges from following her artistic impulses and experimentation with a wide variety of mixed media.