Jennifer Chenoweth is an artist inspired by evolution...by becoming and being. Her artwork progresses as she changes and grows, and she marks her experiences along the way, in both her internal and external worlds. She is inspired by a myriad of things - forms, patterns and colours, especially - and collaborates with professionals in other fields when she needs their expertise to follow through with her initial intentions for pieces.
Jennifer works with a variety of mediums; mainly paper, metal, and fabric, and she has a diverse body of work. Her work can start as a quick sketch and evolve into large sculpture, and you can see some of her current work here. I love how Jennifer describes her work. "My work includes gestural marks as a unique movement of my hand and ideas that are ignited by my experiences. My art process is evidence of my inner life-- the transcendent, the sensual, the hard to pin down. My artworks are devotionals, like portraits, to ideas I have considered before, was always considering, am now considering more deeply. I am ripening into something in my deeper truer nature, what I am becoming more of."
I am ever inspired by artists who start creative nonprofits, and Jennifer Chenoweth is one of those artists. She started Generous Art in 2011, and when you purchase fine art from the nonprofit, the sale is split between a donation to a charity of your choice, the artist, and Generous Art. What a great way to make the process of purchasing art even more meaningful!Read More