About the much loved painting ‘Equilibrium (Orbital Madonna)’
‘It is a special composition which has a definite meaning: Every item in the picture is related to its distance in the real world from the other elements. This is where the work arises.’
‘This is not a mere cosmic chance but an absolute orientation of every element within the frame. There is no question that this is crucial to the resolution of the final painting.’ It had to be absolute where each form manifests itself in exactly the right position. The rest of the painting shows its juxta position by which I mean it should speak for itself. It’s implicit to the total image.
                                                             (John Weaver, 2010)

Equilibrium - (orbital Madonna)
John Weaver 

The Bandstand
  in opaque watercolour
Jane Weaver
People Pointing
  in oil
Jane Weaver

 
       John Weaver (1930 - 2018)
and
Jane Weaver
of
Brunswick Square, Brighton and Hove
Galaxy  (Arabesque)
in oil
John Weaver
TheMaze
in oil
Jane Weaver
Imminent Turbulence   (brewing storm)
in oil
John Weaver
John and Jane Weaver's art
John Weaver
John Weaver’s unique concept of space beyond earth, outside the solar system includes colour, composition and movement. His paintings are classical in composition, meaning that if you move something or took it away, the whole composition would not feel right when you looked at it – it would jar and lose its balance. Whereas they  are abstract in subject.
Jane Weaver

Jane Weaver’s work is figurative (you can tell what it is and where you are - reality as she sees it). Her collection includes her beautiful watercolours of landscapes and ‘still life’ for which, over the years she has been invited to do many demonstration classes, along with many popular scenes of Brighton and Hove.