Jane Coffey is a multidisciplinary artist based in Perth. She completed a Master of Arts at the Royal College of Art in London in 1999.

In 2007 Jane and her husband Adam created Future Shelter on Angove Street North Perth selling locally made products featuring her artworks inspired by Western Australia’s biodiversity. One of her Future Shelter products (Qualup Bell Lampshade and native timber stand) is on permanent display at the new WA Museum Boola Bardip as part of the ‘Wild Life’ section.

Commissioned artworks include large scale sculpture, paintings, murals, illustration and textiles.

Jane has also worked as a commercial illustrator for over 20 years. Selected clients include: Museum of Modern Art, New York, Kings Park Botanic Gardens, Rio Tinto, BHP, Marks and Spencers, Gap, Old Navy, Kas Homewares, Wesley College Perth, FORM, Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery. 


The interaction of natural and built environments have been a persistent theme throughout her art practice. The artworks reflect her passion for local history, archaeology and environmental conservation. She is particularly interested in how historical layers of decision-making create and effect boundaries.

Drawing on Angove Street, North Perth © Kremers