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Waynesboro VA 22980
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My Color Filled World
Runs: February 27 - August 23, 2020
Painting, printmaking and drawing have been cornerstones of Jill Jensen’s work. She has used them separately to create finished works of art and since 1998 and has combined them in her fiber based work. Beginning in June 2001, Jensen started a weekly practice of making small art quilts and journaling on the back side of the quilt. One shape is chosen for the entire year. In 2017 she decided to create her weekly quilts as a single time line to mark the passage of the year. Excited with how this timeline worked, she is continuing to use this method to carry on with her journaling and maintaining a regular studio practice.
Jensen’s work has been included in regional, national and international exhibitions and twenty one-person shows. She has been a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in both their
locations (Virginia and France), and has had eighteen artist-in-
The Exhibit to Follow:
For the Love of Trees: A Contemporary Fusion of Art and Poetry
Runs: August 27, 2020 – November 22, 2020
Meet The Artists (Reception): September 3, 2020, 5-7 pm
The exhibition will feature artists and poets working in a thought provoking and sensitive way. The show encourages the viewer to expand their perception of how we interact with nature’s gentle giants. From the smallest acorn to towering redwoods, trees have a profound effect on our lives and the environment.
The exhibition is invitational and includes work from the following artists: Michele Fletcher-photography, Rebecca Grace Jones-painting, Jennifer Cox-painting, Karen Rosasco-painting, Gerald Boggs-metal, John Bell-painting, Mary Beth Bellah-fiber. Complimentary poetry will be paired with the visual pieces in the gallery to create an interesting “fusion” of both art-forms.