Jenny Reed is an assemblage sculptor whose work is predominantly composed of ceramics, fibers, and other craft-based materials. Through her abstract representational works, Jenny aims to inspire viewers to envision new ways of perceiving and making sense of past events and everyday relations.  Originally from Louisville, KY, she received her BFA from Northern Kentucky University (2014) and MFA from Indiana University Bloomington (2020). She has been featured in numerous exhibitions throughout the US, including The Lormina Salter Fellow Solo Show at Baltimore Clayworks and Spring / Break Art Show in NYC.  She has also participated in residencies across the US and beyond, including Scuola Internazionale di Grafica Venezia (Italy), Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Penland School of Crafts, and Baltimore Clayworks.  Jenny also creates community art projects, and in 2022 she showcased Community Installation: Drawing the Still Life with support from the Maryland State Arts Council. In addition to her art practice, Jenny enjoys being out in the sun and loves gardening. Her current muse is Ben, her sweet, 16 year old, tubby orange tabby. Jenny currently makes art and teaches at a community college in Victoria, TX.
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