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    I owe so many thank you’s to friends, faculty, and family. I cannot begin to thank you nearly enough for the time and effort that helped me get to this point.

    Jennifer is a Texas female artist and designer. Her artistic journey in the classroom and studio began as a child. She stepped into the design field in high school and has not looked back since. She ended up back in the classroom, teaching art and mentoring students in their journey. Her art practice brings her an enjoyment that continues to make life exciting, new, and leading her to continue her artistic pursuits at the collegiate level. Education, research, creativity, and exploration go hand in hand throughout her life.

    Art was something Jennifer could never leave behind. Since receiving the Fine Arts award at her high school graduation ceremony, she knew this is where she belonged. Jennifer graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art. This degree has afforded her the ability to teach art, sculpture, drawing, painting, and AP 3D, serve as Camp Director at the Art Museum of Southeast Texas for the past five years and serve as a juror for multiple art competitions throughout Texas.

    Throughout this time, her students have won awards and exhibited nationally. In 2017 she began the MFA program in Visual Communication at TAMU-C and will be graduating this summer. Jennifer’s artistic journey has allowed her to exhibit throughout the state of Texas and be recognized among her peers. Her work communicates a story that finds relevance through vintage materials in a contemporary setting. Jennifer continues to work with collage, letterpress, digital processes, and mixed media techniques to share her own story through art. She is now pursuing her end-goal of obtaining an art faculty position.