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Welcome to the Jen G Studios website! :*)

holy cannoli it's June!

On my how times really does fly by...
My creativity continues to be a fine-tuned balance of teaching, Jen G Studios production, art installations, collaborations, and much more.
In collaboration with NINE dot ARTS curators, I recently hung an installation in the Kinston Hub building in Loveland, CO, as part of a new housing development.
I enjoy this process immensely, and my hope is for more of these opportunities in the future.
Summer market season is now in full swing. If you are in the Denver area, you can find me in my booth nearly every weekend from now until early October.
If you head up to the mountains, I will be in Vail on Sundays starting June 19. Please stop by and say hello
Please continue to support artists and local small businesses.
When you shop local, you contribute directly to people, neighborhoods, organizations, and help your fellow Colorado friends.

Summer Workshop

Learn how to tap into your creativity and engage new skills.

Printing on Fabric
July 6, 13, 20, 27
6-9 pm

Art Students League
200 Grant St
Denver, CO

Registration opens May 1
CLICK HERE for info

Jen G Studios - NEW THINGS!

The list of mountain requests has finally been addressed, and I am very pleased to tell you that many NEW mountain designs are ready for you right now (including 7 ski resorts!).

CLICK HERE to shop :)
THIS SUNDAY I will have a booth at the Park Hill Garden Tour. 6230 E. 17th Ave. 9-3.

This Summer you can find me at the Golden Farmer's Market the first two Saturdays of each month, Golden library parking lot, 8-1.
Beginning June 19, you can find me up in Vail at the Sunday Farm & Art Market, downtown Vail, 9-3:30.

My summer show schedule is complete, CLICK HERE to take a peek.

 

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:gnikamtnirp

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...

 

Want to learn more? Take a workshop! Visit my events and workshops page for more details. 

 

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