Jennifer has loved art for as long as she can remember. Drawing, painting, photography, pottery, you name it, she loved it. She used to live and breathe it. So it's amazing that somehow she did the unthinkable... she allowed herself to lose her drive.
It wasn't until She lost her dad to congestive heart failure, due to Agent Orange, that she began to paint again. It began to pour out of her. It became her therapy. Now she is trying like hell to rekindle her passion for her craft. For Jennifer, anatomical hearts & birds grabbed her attention drawing her back into painting. While other ailments are retaining her creative process, Jennifer has struggled from Diastematomyelia since she was born. It is a condition that peaks her interest as a subject matter in her pieces. You will see Jennifer using others struggles in her art as way of relating to the beauty of life lived and life lost.
While this is Jennifer's bio, her dad's life has become incredible apart of it. So when you look at her art, see more than just a painting or a sculpture... see her heart.
She can be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org