J Austin Jennings

J Austin Jennings

Artwork

A Lifetime Ago, 2019
J Austin Jennings

A Lifetime Ago, 2019

40 x 60 in

In The Soft Soft Morning, 2019
J Austin Jennings

In The Soft Soft Morning, 2019

40 x 60 in

Surest Sign Of Spring, 2019
J Austin Jennings

Surest Sign Of Spring, 2019

36 x 48 in

The Scent Of Rain, 2019
J Austin Jennings

The Scent Of Rain, 2019

40 x 40 in

A Quiet Place, 2018
J Austin Jennings

A Quiet Place, 2018

48 x 48 in

Martha's Evening View, 2019
J Austin Jennings

Martha's Evening View, 2019

36 x 60 in

The Marriage Of Earth & Sky, 2019
J Austin Jennings

The Marriage Of Earth & Sky, 2019

48 x 48 in

Wearing My Daydreams On My Sleeve, 2018
J Austin Jennings

Wearing My Daydreams On My Sleeve, 2018

48 x 36 in

Before The Leaves Fall, 2018
J Austin Jennings

Before The Leaves Fall, 2018

48 x 48 in

Morning Exploration, 2019
J Austin Jennings

Morning Exploration, 2019

36 x 48 in

The Ocean Is A Poem, 2018
J Austin Jennings

The Ocean Is A Poem, 2018

48 x 48 in

Gentle Farm, 2019
J Austin Jennings

Gentle Farm, 2019

48 x 36 in

Silver Pond, 2019
J Austin Jennings

Silver Pond, 2019

60 x 48 in

The Quiet Afternoon, 2019
J Austin Jennings

The Quiet Afternoon, 2019

48 x 36 in

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J Austin Jennings
Jennifer Austin Jennings, a native of Dayton, Ohio has been an exhibiting artistand art educator for over twenty years. Her close connection with nature provides inspiration for scenic and abstract compositions full of life and movement. Jennings’ work is an intricate arrangement of layers, balanced in a manner that allows the viewer to glimpse each subsequent stratum through the final coat. Jennings was educated at The Dayton Art Institute and Sinclair College, Dayton, Ohio. She later studied Photography and Graphic Design at Ohio Institute of Photography & Technology. She currently makes her home in Knoxville, TN, near the mountains she has visited and loved since childhood. Her work is selected by the most discerning designers and can be found in homes and collections across the Eastern United States. Artist’s Statement “I see life in layers. First, subtle spines of under-structure, across which come the visceral movement of shape and form. Next, transparent layers of light and shadow emerge. There is a type of intuitive including or dismissing of the details before me. Finally comes the dawning of soft colors, layered across the foreground and fading to the distant. I paint like this. By choosing versatile acrylic mediums, mixed and manipulated with transparent washes, structural applications and broad flat strokes of pure color, I can share my experience.”
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