Painting Statement

My work addresses nature's resilience, cycles of regeneration and our relationship with nature. Referencing the Pacific Northwest where the sky and water are constantly moving, I seek the essence of place aiming not for the landscape to look real but for it to feel real.

Painting on wood panel, I build up the surface with layers of paper collage and acrylic paint and then I sand. This physical process reveals under layers and I embrace the accidental, which gives energy and life to the work. My aim is not for the landscape to look real but for it to feel real. I am always experimenting, I am always learning and my process is always evolving.

I am excited to return to the beautiful San Juan Islands to share this new body of work entitled “Ripple Effect.” Remembering we are all connected and a part of nature and that our choices, no matter how small, have an effect on our world

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Refraction

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Over the Ridge

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Superstition

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Sea Bound

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Narrows

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Inshore

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Blue Mind

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Waterfront

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Higher Ground

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Ripple Effect

Painting by Jennifer Williams

Confluent

Painting by Jennifer Williams

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Come see these pieces first hand. We are just a short walk from the ferry and an excellent destination for your visit to San Juan Island.

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Jennifer Williams and Jeremy Newman & Allison Cinacibelli

Featuring: Jennifer Williams and Allison Ciancibelli & Jeremy Newman 06/14/1907/06/19Learn More

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