Jennifer was most recently featured in our 2022 Spring Spotlight Exhibit.
Images above are from Jennifer’s 2022 Spotlight Exhibit
Images above are from Jennifer’s 2021 Spotlight Exhibit
Images above are from Jennifer’s 2020 Spotlight Exhibit
“Making art is an expression of love. I have loved nature since my parents chose “Green” as my middle name. Rivers, wetlands, meadows, birds – they all stir my heart. Painting them is one way for me to connect to the natural world, so, it should be no surprise that I have painted many birds, waterscapes and bridge scenes. Canoeing is also a passion and I have painted a watercolor of many of the sixteen boat launch sites in Chemung and Steuben Counties. I have a variety of subject matter for my watercolors, acrylics and drawings. Recent subjects include marsh birds – especially the Great Blue Heron. Using a loose, wash and splatter approach I paint watercolor and acrylics on a gessoed collage of papers which often results in exciting, unexpected edges and colors. My work tends to be representational and I also enjoy painting the constructed landscape in and around Corning, NY, my home for about thirty years. The Little Joe Tower and the Centerway Bridge are favorite subjects of mine. I also paint house portraits delighting in the architectural detail that endears the home to its owner as well. A series of greeting cards based on my watercolors is also available. My work is represented by the West End Gallery in Corning, NY. Commissions are welcome.”