07 September, 2005
Janina Green majored in printmaking which she feels is a medium in common with photography. She developed her interest in photography when, after a career as an art teacher, she was an arts journalist writing mainly for the Melbourne Times. Having reviewed many photographic shows, she turned to photography herself and is largely self taught. Since her first solo exhibition in 1986 she has had an extensive exhibition record producing seven different bodies of work; Reproduction, Still Life, Figure Works, Manual Labour, Vacuum, Plantation and Scooping Up the Moon at Plum Creek.