All images copyright Jane Brayne
Some working drawings for Archer, Journey to Stonehenge
Palaeolithic Hyaenas in Browne’s Hole, Somerset
Before the last ice age Brownes Hole, a cave in the Mendip Hills, was used as a den by hyaenas and brown bears. Their bones and those of their prey were discovered by cavers in the 1950s.
From September 2016 Frome Museum hosted a new exhibition of this important material.
I worked with the curators and palaeontologist Professor Danielle Shreve to illustrate the cave and its surrounding landscape.
A selection of work made for a range of clients
Mesolithic hunter: Exmoor National Park Authority
Bronze Age Funeral, English Heritage
Roman Pottery, English Heritage
Iron Age Settlement, The National Trust
Iron Age Settlement, English Heritage
Romano-British Kitchen, Museum of Hull and the East Riding
Romano-British Stove, Museum of Hull and the East Riding
The Amesbury Archer, Wessex Archaeology
used by the British Museum
17th C. Charcoal Burning, English Heritage
Meet the Ancestors BBC 2
Museum of Hull and the East Riding
The Historic landscape of the Quantock Hills, pub. English Heritage