As we enter January and the rituals of a new year, I do believe in setting intentions and goals, and have seen and felt the direct result of this in my own life and career. Recently I began doing this on my birthday, rather than in January. Just seemed a bit more personalized and meaningful.
2018 was literally my best year ever!
Many elements fell into this, and my biggest accomplishment was a permanent site-specific installation 'Cascade' in downtown Denver through Facebook's Artist-in-Residency program. Mostly this year I felt the universal support, appreciation and genuine love from so many people. thank you thank you thank you
I look into 2019 with the same optimism, hope, and delight. While I don't have the whole year mapped out, I do know that exciting opportunities and experiences are on the horizon. Some planned, hopefully some unexpected.
I continue to enjoy the balance of teaching, making, showing and selling, crossing paths with familiar faces, and meeting new people through it all. If you're looking to give your creativity a little boost or kick-start, why not treat yourself to a workshop!
Check out the events and workshops page for upcoming activities and ways to engage through art.
'Cascade' detail, woodblock print on voile fabric, thread
Join me at the Art Museum!
I will be doing a Woodcut demonstration
Saturday & Sunday, January 19 & 20 from 12-3
Studio space 1st floor, Denver Art Museum
2019 designs and blocks are in production!
Stay tuned for more info soon
Plus --->NEW ways to shop!
visit Jen G studios at Society 6
You can find rugs, mugs, pillows, and more...
we now have YOGA MATS!!
PRINTMAKING is a fine art process of applying ink to a plate or matrix, and transferring the image to a substrate - paper, fabric, wood, or other material.
The artist is capable of producing multiples of the same image, which is called an edition. Each piece produced can be a near-replica of the last, or completely different from the next. Regardless, a print is an original work of art. Printmaking is chosen for the unique qualities that each of the processes lends itself to.
Printmaking processes: monotype, monoprint, relief (woodcut and linoleum cut) Silkscreen (screenprint, serigraphy), Intaglio (dry point, etching, collagraph), lithography - just to name a few...
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