Monday, November 26, 2012

Jennifer Gardner

“Rolling Hills IV” © Jennifer Gardner
Name: Jennifer Gardner, PSA
Bio: Born in London, and raised in Windsor, Jennifer Gardner developed an interest in art in her early childhood. After an early career as a lawyer, Jennifer abandoned her legal career in 1999 and emigrated to the United States to paint full-time.
After an early start in ink and oil painting Jennifer now paints with pastel and watercolor; she finds the vibrancy and vitality of the pastel medium lends itself particularly well to her rendering of light and color in her abstracts, cityscapes, landscapes and seascapes. Much of her inspiration is drawn from her extensive travels across Europe, the United States, the Caribbean and the Far East.
Jennifer has loyal clients in the USA, South America and Europe, comprising both private and commercial collectors. Her work is frequently shown at national juried exhibitions across the United States and at many of the annual art shows throughout New England and Florida. Her work can also be seen at galleries in Acton, and  in Newburyport, Maine,  and East Greenwich, Connecticut, as well as in museums and corporate collections, and by appointment at her studio in Sarasota, Florida.
Jennifer is a Signature Member of the Pastel Society of America and her work has been published numerous times in the Pastel Journal, American Artist Magazine, The Artist’s Magazine and also published online at Jennifer is also published in the Best of America Pastel Artists (Volume II) book and listed in the Artists' Bluebook Worldwide Edition.
Jennifer will be jurying the abstract/non-objective category of the 14th Annual Pastel 100 Competition in 2013.
Medium: Pastel; watercolour
Subjects: Landscape. Abstract.
Style: Impressionist to abstract.   
Navigation: Easy. Main menu remains on top and has three headings that lead to subheadings under their categories. The subheadings menu remains at the side within its section.
Gallery: Abstracts; Cityscapes; Landscapes; Seascapes; Abstract Flowers; Abstract Landscapes. New Paintings; Award-winning paintings.
Image View: Thumbnails open in a wheel-style viewer. Use your mouse wheel, or arrow keys to flip through the artwork. Double-click any image to view enlarged image; dimension is stated. Image may be saved. Rolling Hills IV is 20 x 18 ins, 600 x 550, 100 KB.
Blog/Demo: No, but there is an informative interview with the artist on the Practical Painting website

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