Jennifer Susan Jones is a Southern California-based mixed media artist, arts writer, and educator specializing in the creative process and art therapy. She has a Master's degree in counseling and has worked with clients using various art therapy modalities. Her understanding of human nature and her background in psychology informs and guides her interview process. Jennifer enjoys visiting galleries and studios in the Los Angeles area to write reviews and speak intimately with creatives. She is confident that her writing helps contemporary artists and their work be more accessible to the public. As an artist, she enjoys producing surreal, mixed media assemblage art that is inspired by the natural world. Her goal as an artist is to evoke feelings of awe, enchantment, and childlike wonder.
For years, Israeli mixed media painter Bibi Davidson has been doodling characters on every piece of paper she could find. The…November 7, 2016
I first encountered the work of Southern California-based professional illustrator Lydia Fenwick when my husband showed me a…October 10, 2016
Sparse trees with crooked branches and peeling bark, women in rippled cloth with unkempt, disheveled tresses, and the…August 13, 2016
Michael Pearce’s exhibit, “The Clouty Tree, The Devil and Me” features a new installation as well as paintings from…March 23, 2016
At once both foreboding and enchanting, the latest installation by Erika Lizée beckons the viewer like a mysterious,…March 8, 2016
Mixed media painter Nurit Avesar works like she’s solving a mysterious, a topographical puzzle…taping pieces temporarily on her…February 9, 2016
With Halloween behind us, some of you dark romantics (like myself) may be feeling gloomy about waiting a…November 11, 2015
Mark Waldman’s sculptures and mixed media assemblages deliver direct, undiluted statements using powerful symbols such as hearts, hands,…October 12, 2015
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