Jennifer Dennis - Watercolour Artist
With many exhibitions, solo and joint, behind her, Jennifer set up JD Art in 2000 to self-publish Greeting Cards and Fine Art Prints taken from some of her original paintings. Many
thousands of her cards and prints have since been sold.
Her work varies greatly with animals predominating, but also includes landscapes, seascapes, flowers and still life. Whilst her focus and passion has always been pure watercolour she also paints in oils with the same lightness of touch.
Her 'Barnyard Collection' of hens, ducks and geese was specifically commissioned by International Graphics GmbH in Germany and the prints published and distributed worldwide.
As JD Art she exhibited her cards, prints and originals very successfully at the prestigious Birmingham UK
Spring Fair for 3 years before she moved to live in the Languedoc region of the South of France where she now continues to work, exhibit and sell her original paintings as well as her unique range of Art Greeting Cards and Fine Art Prints.
Jennifer first started showing her work through the Society of Fulham Artists in London in 1975. and moving to
the countryside in 1979 to bring up her young family, she continued to exhibit and sell her paintings with original works going as far afield as the USA and Australia.
Whilst gaining valuable experience through the late Edward Wesson RA, she is largely self-taught and
maintains this has given her the freedom to develop her own individualistic approach to pure watercolour - a spontaneous, loose feeling which gives her subjects 'life' on paper and her paintings their own unique style.
A vivacious yet very private person, Jennifer also writes short stories and poetry. She has been published by the International Library of Poetry in several of their collections.
To enjoy Jennifer's art on this site -
Browse our Card Galleries to see her current selection of lovely Art Cards
Browse the Print Galleries to view high quality Fine Art Giclée Prints of her work.
Contact Jennifer direct to discuss her original watercolour or oil paintings