CREATIVITY SHARPENS CREATIVITY August 5 2021. Contact me for additional information.
"Jenni is true north. Her artwork is detail-oriented and speaks to the heart of the viewer. As an educator, Jenni consistently meets or exceeds expectations!" University Marketing Leadership
"Jenni's work has a unique lyrical style...expressive just like her." Gallery Curator
"We needed a larger painting for our newly-redesigned, Moroccan inspired home. Jenni knew just how to create we needed. Beautiful." Homeowner
Always ready to create a one-of-a-kind card or a package of original cards for your special events, gift-giving, or holidays. I've been doing these for decades, and never tire of painting them.
Want a special gift for those who love silk scarves or garments? Commissions available.
Watercolors. Loved this medium even as a kid. Make it. Teach it. Work available by request and in variety of small boutiques and art gallery sales.
Inquires welcome. Let's talk!
“Moving Forward”. A phrase I’ve used to help tell my story well before it became a worn-out piece of business acumen. Fibers, surface design, sewing, watercolor, graphic design and illustration are in my DNA. I knew early on that I could push the borders of these processes and “move forward” as images and story-lines emerged. Pulling together all I know about illustration, design and the neurotic fiber processes, I’ve found a way to move forward, push boundaries, and ignore offhanded remarks that these are mostly used as “studies” to the sculptor or oil painter. My response is oftentimes a version of this: As an artmaker and educator, I support the notion that art is a visual object or experience consciously created through an expression of skill and imagination, expressing the maker’s conceptual ideas, technical skills, and is intended to be appreciated for its beauty and emotional impact.
My passion for teaching and art-making continue to be a means of pushing past the obvious with an integration of mind, body, spirit, emotions though the meditative practice of placing one purposeful mark (or stitch) after another until the story finds clarity.
This is my “construction technology”.
This is my process.