Lately, I've been starting my paintings with a geometric pattern or grid—something to follow and deviate from. From there, I keep adding to the painting, leaving the good parts in and layering until I have a simple composition that packs a punch. All the layers and marks made are visible—you get a sense of the process. They're simple but not delicate. The surface is textured, smudged and a bit dirty.
Jennifer was born in Florida and now lives in New York City. Her paintings are best described as exploding optimism. When asked, she'll tell you that one of the best places for her art is in a baby's room. Her paintings are unabashedly happy and full of bright colors, circles and swirls. She's passionate about depicting emerging spaces that explore the intangibility of space. You can find her work at galleries and art fairs throughout the states.