Jen G Studios is owned and operated by the sole proprietor, Jennifer Ghormley, an artist who employs a variety of techniques in her translation of ideas into works of art.  Founded in December 2010, Jen G Studios highlights Jennifer’s whimsical and colorful nature, her craving for pattern and order, and this is an avenue where she is free to express these art and craft making desires.  GO HERE

“I make colorful prints and recycled sketchbooks. I draw inspiration from natural objects, patterns and colors I see in the world throughout my daily journey in life. These images are mere glimpses and reflections of the beauty I find within the chaotic realm around us. Utilizing abstracted imagery from nature, simple stencil techniques and variations of color, I create prints which are peaceful to look at. I find pleasure in the process of making art and creating something that can bring a little bit of joy and positive energy to those who see and embrace my work.”

Jennifer received her MFA in printmaking in 2006 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and her BFA with an emphasis in printmaking in 2002 from Metropolitan State College of Denver.  Jennifer actively shows her work through national juried exhibitions and invitations.  From 2007 to 2009, Ms. Ghormley was the studio manager of Anderson Ranch Print Editions at Anderson Ranch Art Center, located in beautiful Snowmass Village, CO. Currently, Jennifer teaches printmaking courses at Metropolitan State College of Denver, Arapahoe Community College, and other arts organizations along the Colorado front range.

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