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Floral Fantasy I - III

Floral Fantasy I - III

By Jenny Graham


Original artworks

Monoprints on paper


Image size: H: 30cm x W: 30cm

Framed size: H: 45cm x W: 45cm (narrow oak frame)


£195 each


Jenny created this trio of floral monoprints for our summer Garden-themed show. They would work well solo or as a set.


Inspired by nature and the environment, they record the rich profusion of flowers and leaves in the hedgerows of spring and summer. The colour palette is muted - cleverly transferring from one piece to the next in different combinations - and lends them a vintage appearance.


Based in Somerset, Jenny's art practice is very varied, utilising many different processes in her exploration of the environment. Printmaking, in many forms, sculpture and painting  are the core of her work, although she has also made videos and worked with installation.


    Somerset-based Jenny studied both at the Cooper Union School of Art in New York City and at the University of the West of England in Bristol where, in 1997, she received an MA in Multi-disciplinary Printmaking. 


    With her passion for interpreting the visual world, her expertise ranges from painting to printmaking and video. She focuses on environment, memory and history to create pieces that draw the viewer into the scene.


    The core of her recent work is inspired by the English countryside and her paintings explore distinctive aspects of each location - those topographical and agricultural details which make it unique.


    Working en plein air, in the landscape, she makes sketches and colour, location and climate notes. Back in her studio, she combines this information with her emotional and visual recollection. In recent paintings she uses oil and cold wax to achieve textural variety, building up layers of colour, adding and removing  paint, until the final image emerges. 


    Her work has been exhibited widely in both the UK and abroad. She has had solo and group shows in both England and France, and has shown work in The Discerning Eye, the National Open Art Exhibition, National Original Print Exhibition, the Sunday Times Watercolour Exhibition, the Royal Watercolour Society, Wells Art Contemporary and the RWA. Her landscapes have been commissioned and purchased by regional hospitals and other organisations as well as private collectors.


    She is a member of the RWA Artists Network, Fingerprint and Somerset Printmakers and a founding member of Somerset Open Studios.

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