After receiving a B.A. in Fine Art from George Fox University in Oregon, Jeni spent four years living in France working on her art and being influenced by French design sensibilities and the lovely days spent in her the brightly-lit covered balcony that was her art studio above a boulangerie. Back in the Seattle area she has been pursuing photography and floral design, but has also been expanding her mixed-media art. In speaking about her current collage series, Jeni says, “I love detail and pretty things, and of course I will never forget my shaping experiences in France. You will see these loves represented in my work.”
-- Venue Studios + Boutique, Seattle
October-November 2014: A whole new body of work presented in parallel to fellow artist and George Fox University alumni Abbey Prevot in an abstract study of nature. Lindgren Gallery, George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon.
October-December 2014: Mixed media works hanging at Green Bean Coffeehouse, Greenwood, Seattle.
August-October 2014: The series "Gathered" on display at Grace Gallery. 400 E Pine St, in the office space of Suite 215, Capitol Hill, Seattle.
April-May 2014: Artwork hanging at the beautifully designed Ludlow Home boutique. Phinney Ridge, Seattle.
December 2013: New mixed media works shown at Dubsea Coffee. White Center, Washington.
October 2013: Named “Artist of the Month” at Venue Studios + Boutique. Several works resided at venue for two seasons. Ballard, Seattle.
August 2013: "The Journey Revisted," a collaborative show with five other artists, curated by Lisa Snow Lady. Ballardworks, Ballard, Seattle.
May-July 2013: Mixed media works adorning the walls of Cristy Carner Salon & Spa. Fremont, Seattle.
April 2013: Thirty-six mixed media works displayed at Miro Tea. Ballard, Seattle.
April 2008 & June 2009: Organized two art shows in collaboration with two French artists, featuring the presentation of our mixed media paintings, Café Colombe. Nice, France.
May 2004: Bachelor’s Degree of Fine Art, Cum Laude, with a concentration on watercolor painting, George Fox University. Newberg, Oregon.
May 2004: Awarded three titles: “Best Painting,” “First Place of Exposition,” and “Sheer Genius,” George Fox University Student Art Exhibit. Newberg, Oregon.
2002 – 2004: Six pieces of artwork selected for various expositions, Lindgren Gallery. Newberg, Oregon.