Uncool Gallery


Jennifer is an exhibiting artist living outside Nashville, Tennessee and makes artwork inspired by the elements of landscape that she encounters daily on her rural property ~ such as the rapid growth of invasive plants, loss of honeybees, and climatology. She creates mixed media artworks, paintings, and installations that consider the fragility of nature as well as our place in it. 

She holds a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Tennessee and an MFA in Studio Art from the University of North Texas. During her time in Texas, she exhibited her work regionally and was a key member in 500X Gallery.  She had the unique opportunity to work as assistant curator of education at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth during the museums’ historic move from the original building to the world class Tadao Ando designed building in 2002.  She has been a member of Nashville’s Coop Gallery, a board member of Tristar Arts (Locate Arts) and teaches studio courses and art appreciation at both Belmont and Lipscomb universities.