I'm in the New Richmond News! (and not the naughty section!)
Tylor Mintz did a stellar job capturing what it means to be an artist, and what my own art means to me. His kind and honest words about my work made me tear up a bit upon first reading, I couldn't have expressed myself half as eloquently as he did. Plus the pitcher analogy is just so perfect and fitting. Art is love, everyone.
Well, I finally got around to it! My art is now available for purchase online (Free shipping on all orders, you lucky dogs, you!) More to be updated as I crank these bad boy pieces out. I'm open to commissions for art or freelance design work as well. Follow the link: http://www.jennawojan.com/shop/
Also, join me the first weekend in June at the 51st Annual New Richmond Park Art Fair for my craft fair debut - wahoo!
Mary Park - New Richmond, Wisconsin
Friday, June 1 from 5-9pm
Saturday, June 2 from 9am-5pm
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I have a bit of an announcement! I want to let you all know that I'll be at the New Richmond Park Art Fair Friday & Saturday June 1-2. I'm sharing booth space with my friend and fellow artist, Mollie Maxine Art and it's going to be my first time showing my art at a craft fair. I'm nervous, but overall excited about this little creative endeavour.
I've also been creating NEW exclusive works for this event so expect to see some things you haven't before...I'm noticing my overall theme at the moment is "nostalgia" - it's not my dark, brooding high-fashion pieces I've done in the past, which isn't a bad thing, it's just a different art period like Picasso went through where all he did was paint sad women with blue guitars.
Here's a sneak peek of a lil' something I'm working on:
Stop out and see me - I'll have a lot of affordable prints for sale and maybe a FREE zine I've been working on - plus its a great event with lots of art and food vendors and music and family activities. See you there!
I recently returned from a two-week adventure in Japan! Want to know what I did? Well, you're in luck because my mother requested an "email-a-day" and instead of just placating her, I kind of used it as a travel journal instead, so here's everything compiled as letters to my Mom.Read More