I create many contrasts in my work, such as bright, abstract, organic shapes vs. thin, gesture lines, and glossy vs. matte finish. I do this by creating many layers and textures using much mixed media. I love to find the beauty in things that other people have discarded. I tend to take found objects, newspaper clippings, sand, twine, and glue to uniquely individualize my oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings. I also listen to my subconscious, striving to paint intuitively.
Jenna Mishelow went to Herron School of Art and Design majoring in painting and art education with a minor in art history. She works and resides in Indianapolis and has been here her whole life. Jenna intends on teaching art and being a professional painter/artist simultaneously.
The city is beautiful in its contrasts. People in business suits, homeless people, bars, fancy restaurants, fast food drive-throughs, trash on the street, recycling bins, tall skyscrapers, quiet neighborhoods, and highways. Living in downtown Indianapolis has obviously inspired her recent series titled, hectic city life and fast paced traffic series.
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Jenna Mishelow graduated from Herron School of Art and Design majoring in painting and art education, a minor in art history, and a concentration in painting.
Exhibitions: Clowes Hall, Herron Junior Painting Show, Artists as Educators Show, 2008 Visual Fringe, City Market, Robbing the Bank, Noblesville City Hall, Indy Youth Hostel, Metro Bar
Herron School of Art Saturday School, the Art Bank, Broad Ripple
Broad Ripple Art Center Best of Show Award 2004, Academic Honors, Chatard Student Show Second Place Award, Dean’s List, Art Education Club Treasurer, Saturday School Painting Instructor, Scholar Athlete, All Academic Award
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