Through fantastical imagery of angels, warriors, flying umbrellas, natural disasters and more, Jennifer’s artwork flirts with the dark light of the macabre where the ugly basks in the juxtaposed glow of the beautiful. Personal journal pages transform into surrealistic imagery bearing a deeply metaphorical message pertaining to the journey of the being through growth and change as well as the examination of the psyche. She plays the role of the Scribe; documenting her experiences along the journey’s path, inviting her audience to “See the Story Unheard.” Her work has a tender quality that gives depth and a feeling of nuance. Although her subject matter is of a very personal nature, she holds a little back which draws the viewer to question meaning to a greater extent.
After her divorce in 2013, Jennifer left her accounting job of 15 years in Atlanta, GA to return to her home state of Virginia where she devoted herself to art and her studies at The Art Institute of Virginia B