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4407 City Park Rd, The piano room, first floor

Jenn Wilson-Shepherd

Painting
The Couple
The Couple

2018, Oils and egg tempera on panel, 20 x 20 in.

$3,000

NFS

2018, Oils and egg tempera on panel, 20 x 20 in.
The Couple

2018, Oils and egg tempera on panel, 20 x 20 in.

$ 3,000.00 USD

NFS

Liminal Space III: Matariki
Liminal Space III: Matariki

2019, Oils on copper, 36 x 36 in.

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1991
1991

2019, Oils and residue on copper, 6 x 257 in.

$3,000

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Vignettes I-III
Vignettes I-III

2019, Oil, egg tempera, and bleach on panel, 4 x 4 in.

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a, am, ami, amis, amiss
a, am, ami, amis, amiss

2018, Oils, residue on copper, 6 x 267 in.

$3,000

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The After party
The After party

2019, Oils on copper, 12 x 24 in.

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The Couple
The Couple

2018, Oils and egg tempera on panel, 20 x 20 in.

$3,000

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Jenn Wilson-Shepherd

About the Artist

Notable exhibitions include TSA LA (Los Angeles), Corbett vs Dempsey (Chicago), Packer-Schopf Gallery (Chicago), Eggman & Walrus (Santa Fe), American University of Beirut (Lebanon), SACI Institute (Florence, Italy), University of Arkansas Fine Arts Center Gallery, Austin Museum of Art, and Kohler Art Museum in Wisconsin. My work has been reviewed in Artslant, Newcity Magazine, Austin Chronicle, MW Capacity, TimeOut Chicago, Chicago Magazine, Chicago Reader, and the Chicago Tribune. I received an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2008. I am currently a board member of the ICOSA collective - a non-profit artist run gallery in Austin, Texas.

Artist Statement

My practice explores the traditions of narrative painting- weaving stills from bygone sixties European b-films, 19th century landscape painting, and images from wildlife camera traps. The resulting depictions allow the viewer to freely infer the narrative. They suggest a rest in the plot - an interlude within the developing action of the story. My work is a play on fragments, pieced together slowly and deliberately, with gaps left for the viewer to fill. The narratives represent the liminal space between two states. Materially, I have a similar sense of play. My methods range from traditional materials such as egg tempera and oil to the use of modern, everyday products like nail polish, bleach, and copper.

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