From an early age, art has played a major role in her life. As a child, Jane Fleetwood-Morrow joined her father (a professional photographer and long serving member of the Arts and Letters Club in Toronto, Canada) as he frequented the homes of artist friends, including that of prominent Group of Seven artist A.J. Casson. Art was constituent to life; it was what people did.

It was a natural transition for her to enroll in a Fine Art Program and explore Art’s diverse disciplines. While studying Art History at Queen’s University, she discovered the Nabis and was compelled to be a painter. She still love to look at the works of Bonnard and Vuillard.