Josh Gibson -1944 Washington Grays pencil sketch
Since the dawn of time, humans have created works of art that tell stories about the experiences around them. As an artist, Jennifer continues to peruse the ancient tradition of visual storytelling, working tirelessly toward the goal of illustration perfection. Even though her artwork is founded in realism, she intentionally focuses on movement within the artwork. Historical forms from artifacts and mythical figures also influences Jennifer’s style, yet she still adds an element of fanciful imagery. She does adapt quickly to artistic situations and rely on her storytelling techniques to create works that are relatable to the audience. She has completed her BFA in Illustration at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design as Valedictorian in 2016. As she is completes her masters studies in illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Jennifer intends to peruse a career in concept art and children’s books. Jennifer currently interns at Royal Bobbles in Atlanta. Royal Bobbles (royalbobbles.com) is designing the Negro League bobbleheads for Dreams Fulfilled.
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