Thanks to Bluethumb Art, another featured work, this time my photographic weaving 'Family Tree' in their Curve Appeal collection.
"Sculptural curves are popping up more frequently in 2022 interiors. Everything from the design of furniture to vases is embracing a softer side, adding a rounded modern touch to contrast the geometrics of previous years. Take the edges out of your life with our new curation of sculptures, paintings and photographs that take curves to the max in 3 dimensions."
Very excited to announce that I am a finalist in the 2019 Global Etsy Design Awards #theEtsies with my woven painting 'Unearthed'.
The Etsy Design Awards are Etsy’s first-ever global award program. Honouring the work of sellers from around the world and across multiple categories. My unique woven painting has been selected for the Inventive Decor category.
You can check out my etsy store at www.jenniferbellfineart.etsy.com
A big thanks to Paper Bou for a lovely article on their blog this week. You can read the interview here.
Bit of a nice surprise this month to find my instagram account featured in the UKs Evening Standard illustrating an article on 2018 design trends and patterned plants. As it happens the work I'm planning for my solo show later in the year all revolves around the beautiful patterns found in leaves so looks like the show will be on trend!
Jennifer is a contemporary Australian artist based in Brisbane, Queensland. Know for her highly decorative paintings and unique paper weavings, she explores pattern and visual perception, often highlighting the beauty in the ordinary.