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Jenny Phillips: "Antimatter"

450.00
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Jenny Phillips: "Antimatter"

450.00

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A minimalistic limited edition Giclée of San Francisco artist Jenny Phillips’ encaustic work, “Antimatter”. This print was created in partnership with fine art printer Lightsource in San Francisco, known for their museum quality Giclées.

Printed on a 10 point heavyweight 100% smooth cotton rag paper, this print is from a limited print run of only 25. Each print is hand numbered and signed by the artist, with the image and paper measuring 36” x 36”. Signature and print numbering is in on back of the image.

Print will be sent rolled in an art tube, ready to frame.

For further questions or additional images, please call or email us.

Jenny Phillips is a San Francisco based artist. She uses paper, wax, watercolor, oil, graphite and other media to explore the interplay between linework, surface, and texture. Influenced by shapes and patterns found in nature and urban environments, she creates subtle and meditative artworks through the use of rhythmic gestures and repetitive patterns. She strives for a quiet and complex beauty, balancing simplicity of expression which rich sensory qualities.

Her background is in graphic design and fine art. She studied printmaking and painting at California College of Arts, San Francisco Art Institute, Kala Art Institute, and received the Woodrow Deckman Studio Art Scholarship at Denison University.

BIOGRAPHY
Jenny Phillips has been painting and printmaking for 30 years. She grew up in Eastern Long Island, Majorca and New York City. Having spent her formative years working at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the combination of theater, dance and music continues to inform her work. A graphic designer by trade, Jenny worked with a variety of design firms before moving to San Francisco, where she launched her own studio. Her work has been exhibited in the Bay Area and throughout the United States. She works and lives in Bernal Heights with her husband and two children.

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FREE SHIPPING IN THE CONTINENTAL US FOR A LIMITED TIME

PLEASE ALLOW 3 DAYS FOR SHIPPING, AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY IN GALLERY

A minimalistic limited edition Giclée of San Francisco artist Jenny Phillips’ encaustic work, “Antimatter”. This print was created in partnership with fine art printer Lightsource in San Francisco, known for their museum quality Giclées.

Printed on a 10 point heavyweight 100% smooth cotton rag paper, this print is from a limited print run of only 25. Each print is hand numbered and signed by the artist, with the image and paper measuring 36” x 36”. Signature and print numbering is in on back of the image.

Print will be sent rolled in an art tube, ready to frame.

For further questions or additional images, please call or email us.

Jenny Phillips is a San Francisco based artist. She uses paper, wax, watercolor, oil, graphite and other media to explore the interplay between linework, surface, and texture. Influenced by shapes and patterns found in nature and urban environments, she creates subtle and meditative artworks through the use of rhythmic gestures and repetitive patterns. She strives for a quiet and complex beauty, balancing simplicity of expression which rich sensory qualities.

Her background is in graphic design and fine art. She studied printmaking and painting at California College of Arts, San Francisco Art Institute, Kala Art Institute, and received the Woodrow Deckman Studio Art Scholarship at Denison University.

BIOGRAPHY
Jenny Phillips has been painting and printmaking for 30 years. She grew up in Eastern Long Island, Majorca and New York City. Having spent her formative years working at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the combination of theater, dance and music continues to inform her work. A graphic designer by trade, Jenny worked with a variety of design firms before moving to San Francisco, where she launched her own studio. Her work has been exhibited in the Bay Area and throughout the United States. She works and lives in Bernal Heights with her husband and two children.