Jenna Citrus Farm & Artis creating a garden of possibilities.
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Books I have available are:
An Opened Book End (poetry book, I may have one author copy available with extra stories and proof reading marks)
The Hand Painting Series (I have proof/pre-release/alternative covers copies available)
The Evolution of the Skeletal Bird (self portrait project with accompanying poems released in 2013)
The Golden Embryo (designed album of my photographic works of people up until 2013)
Journals! See a list of works in the Jenna Citrus Journals and Books Sections:
Join along with the art supplies I send to you in the mail each month! We will create an artwork together in a livestream session. Supplies can include anything from resin, acrylic, watercolours, dye, hand painting or I might surprise you with a new medium. Let’s get our hands messy and create with this project tier!
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Take a look at my artist statement and bio to get a feel for what I love to do while splashing in the wet paint with my camera.
While exploring different ways to create, the digital image still remains the pinnacle of how and why I create work. I’ve begun working in installation to further my reach with photography. My studio space became an experimental zone for light and shadow, sometimes reacting with paint. In 2018, I’ve moved back to the body being my source of inspiration and continue to use paint to react with the physical form.
In my solo exhibition at The University of Southern Indiana, Process, I utilize diverse media in the form of clothing, printed blankets, digital prints, photographic images exploring my process of creating and linking nature to people. Additionally, I featured a distinctive way of applying paint to canvas in The Hand Painting Series while still continuing to explore alternative uses for photography. My exhibition at The Evansville Museum Paint and the Body further delved into the human form, censorship, and expression through the use of wet paint on all surfaces of male and female body parts.
Some of my work expresses the communal interaction of the human figure and nature. Whether by stenciling, body adornment, or digital overlay, I use leafs and flowers to link human spirituality with nature’s beauty.
While in Indiana, she worked at New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art and at Studio B Photography. At the University of Cincinnati she’s worked as a Graduate Assistant for Saturday Art and Public Art classes.
Some of her exhibitions include: Immerse: projection exhibition at the Koch Immersive Theater, Process: solo exhibition of her Efroymson Fellowship at the McCutchan Art Center and Pace Gallery, An Eternal Breakfast in Bed: a group installation at the University of Cincinnati, and a solo exhibition at The Evansville Museum: Paint and the Body.
I'm currently working on creating a studio house, this post gives you some insight as to what and why:
I'm searching for and building a safe place for creativity.