• Jennifer grew up in Philadelphia and has been creating art for over 15 years. She attended Syracuse University in addition to receiving her MFA from Boston University. She has a strong comprehensive knowledge of the Art Market: Modern and Contemporary Art with diverse and extensive Fine Art experiences such as Operations Manager, Fine Art Consultant, Design Associate, Adjunct Educator at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and currently sits on the board as coVP and founding Exhibition Chair for National Association of Women Artists, Inc. MA chapter.

    Jennifer’s use of color and creative texture lend harmoniously from the natural world and her heritage of both Eastern and Western influences. Jennifer derives inspiration for her oil and acrylic paintings of a wide variety of subjects, which she hopes conveys a sense of motion and evoke a wide range of emotions. Featured works in Boston College Office of Marketing Communications, Morgan Stanley, Worcester Polytechnic Institute Collection, Aetna Lighting Corporate Collection, Richard Flood Educational Services LLC and several Private Collections.

    Affiliations: National Association of Women Artists, Inc., New York, NY (including MA and FL chapter), Syracuse University Alumni, Boston University Alumni, Arts Administration Student Association (AASA), United South End Artists, Inc., Rockport Art Association & Museum, SoWa Open Studios and Unbound Visual Arts (UVA)

    Press: International Contemporary Artists art book, vol. XII; Artscope 'A Woman’s Perspective' by Don Wilkinson; Metro West Daily News ‘Women’s talents, past and present’; American Art Review (Vol. XXVII No. 5) Oct. 2015, pg. 80 – top left image; Scout Cambridge interview with Rebecca Joy June 22, 2015; Artavita; bostonbackbay.com

    Selected Exhibitions: ‘Harmony & Clash’ Solo Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge (July 20-Sept. 1, 2017), 'Women' Charles Fine Arts Gloucester (July 3-30, 2017), 'Envisioning New Pathway' Art Gallery at Eissey Campus FL (May-Aug. 30, 2017), ‘Walls, Fences and Doors: Obstacle or Opportunity’ Spectrum Gallery, CT (March 24-May 5, 2017), 'Earned: Women in Business and Labor' Scollay Square Gallery, Boston (March 8-April 6, 2017), 'Women Artists Coast to Coast, EAST' at Prince Street Gallery NYC (Feb 28-March 25, 2017), 'SHELTER' at Harlem School of the Arts NYC (Dec.-Jan 3, 2017), 'HOME' at PEG (Nov.-Jan 31, 2017), 'Botanica' at Cahoon Museum of American Art (Oct. 5-Nov. 20, 2016), 'A Sight for Sore Eyes' (Oct. 10-Jan. 1, 2017), 'Unexpected #3' a juried exhibit of the EG of the RAA&M (Sept. 29-Oct. 12, 2016), 'White on White' at PEG, Newburyport (Sept. 9-Nov.1, 2016), 'Love-Locks' at PEG, Newburyport (June 8-mid Aug. 2016),'Breaking Ground' at Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, Endicott College (June 17-Sept. 16, 2016), 'Continuum' at Fountain Street Fine Art, ‘Les arrêts de la vie’ solo exhibition at the French Cultural Center Boston (Feb. 2-22, 2016), 'Let There Be Light' at Spectrum Art Gallery, 'Strokes of Genius: Women in the Arts, Past and Present’ at RAA&M, 'Women of Vision' at Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, 'Cool Blue' at PEG in Newburyport, 'A Thousand Winds' Solo Show at Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport, 'A Current Vision' at Whistler House Museum of Art, 'Introspections' at the Boca Raton Museum Art School Gallery, 'Visual Contrasts' at the Coral Springs Museum of Art, 'Annual Exhibition' at Sylvia Wald/Po Kim Gallery

    Represented by: Paula Estey Gallery in Newburyport