Join us tomorrow, Thursday, October 6th, 5:00 pm at Gallery 905.
Scenes of Selma, an artist reception featuring Jennifer Levins and Jo Taylor.
Jennifer is excited to showcase her new collection of original works of Selma.
Check out her bio below.
"A self-taught artist, I have been creating fine art since 2009 in such media as oil, oil pastels, colored pencil, and photography.
I am inspired by nature and history and my work often depicts the flowers, trees, and animals that surround me in my everyday life. Historic buildings and rustic barns are frequent subjects for my work as I try and capture the character and stories that these sites hold. In both my paintings and my photography, I try to capture the light in all its glory during sunrise and sunset as this is an inspiration to me.
Although self-taught, I continue to experiment with new techniques and learn more as I hone my craft. I have had the opportunity to attend workshops with other artists, including such notable artists as Perry Austin, Roger Dale Brown, Russell Everett, and Barbara Davis. I am originally from Selma, Alabama, and received my B.S. degree from Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy in 1998. I live in Prattville, Alabama, and show my work at the Julianne Hansen Fine Art and Pottery in Prattville. I also show my work at the Museum Shop at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art in Montgomery, Alabama, and Gallery 905 in Selma, Alabama." - Jennifer Levins
Here is the link to the Facebook Event where you can view sneak peeks of the collection: Scenes of Selma