New Works by Carol Colin using palette knife and unusual brushing techniques.
Jennifer Wildermuth Reyes is an internationally exhibiting artist whose interest in wildlife started during her childhood in rural Wisconsin. She grew up drawing the natural world surrounding her and eventually Jennifer’s interest in art led her to pursue a BFA at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. From there she made her way to San Francisco where she received her MFA from the Academy of Art University in 2006. She now lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains, surrounded by redwood grooves. The return to living in nature has also triggered a return to painting wildlife after many years of study in other expressions of two-dimensional art. Her current bird, animal and insect pieces are set against colorful geometric patterns that contrast and compliment the organic form of the living being. The resulting pieces draw both on her current exposure to the natural world and her past artistic study.
Grant Stoner, creative abstract artist
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