Jennifer is a student at UT in Tyler, Texas, where she is in her first semester, pursuing a BFA in Studio Art. Jennifer grew up in Scurry, Texas and received an Associate Degree in Liberal Arts from Trinity Valley Community College in Terrell, Texas before transferring to UT. She comes from a family with many creatives and was encouraged from a young age to pursue her passion for art. Jennifer enjoys creating a broad variety of subjects and in various mediums. She particularly enjoys painting and ceramics. She has always felt an intense need to create and draw her emotions out onto the canvas and is inspired by anatomy, nature, and the macabre.
This piece is an original from my figure II drawing class at Baylor drawn spontaneously while referencing a live model. It is a mixed media drawing/painting on brown butcher paper, and is its own unique size (18″ x 36″) that can be trimmed down on your end. It is a mix of black charcoal, white charcoal, and India ink. The perfect mix of gestural and abstracted portraiture for your wall!
this pencil drawing is of a 2/3 inch collage I created. The collage has pressed flowers, newspaper clippings, and paper scraps. Rather than leave the artwork as a collage, this is the pencil recreation.