"My artwork is a window into my personality. It is a diary of my life, deeply personal and always evolving. Whether created in a mood of discontent or of joy, my paintings are bright and vibrant and encompass the best parts of who I am. I create my work in the moment. It is not sketched or preconceived, but spontaneous and raw. This is when my true self is captured.
I am inspired by nature and humanity, serenity and chaos and the beauty that evolves from both. With every canvas and every stroke of color, I strive to create beautiful pieces that bring happiness to those who view them”.
Jennifer grew up in the small town of Lucas, Kansas .The quilted farmland, rolling hills and the prevalence of Grassroots art played a large role in her vision as an artist. She studied Art at Fort Hays State University and was greatly influenced by the works of 20th Century Abstract Expressionist painter, Mark Rothko. After graduating from FHSU, she moved to Kansas City where she continues to create beautiful, ethereal paintings at her studio in Overland Park, Kansas. Her work is in many private and public collections including the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Bishop-McCann and Meara Welch Brown Accounting Firm.