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2024 Ohio Artist Registry Juried Exhibition

Jennifer Glance



Born in Ohio, Jennifer is influenced by a landscape’s resilience over time. Jennifer currently lives in the Columbus area. Her current work is focused on the landscapes in oil and cold wax. She is drawn to water and the landscape as her subjects, as they are in constant flux, yet remain resilient with time, much like the human spirit. Jennifer continues to draw her inspiration from the words of Walt Whitman: “Oh, to confront night, storms, hunger, Ridicule, accidents, rebuffs, As the trees and animals do.” Jennifer was interviewed by The Daily Standard, regarding her painting, “Fog Over Field,” and her creative process. The full article is available on her website. “Fog Over Field” is currently in an exhibition at the Zanesfield Museum of Art, curated by Erin Shapiro. Ms. Shapiro is the curator for The Springfield Museum of Art. Other notable exhibitions: Spring Collector’s Show (now All Art Works) 2018 and Fall 2018, curator Tyler Loftis. OOAVR 2017 exhibition, juror Charlie Kanswischer, Director, School of Art, Bowling Green State University. Annual Juried Fine Arts Exhibitions 2016, 2017, and 2018, The Crooked Tree Art Center, Petoskey, Michigan, juror Takeshi Takahara, 2016. Juror 2017: Patrick Wise. 2018: Simone DeSousa. “You are Here” The Carr Center, Detroit, in association with Things Feel Heavy. Curated by Anna van Schaap. The show was described as “a visual treat” by fine arts columnist, Michael Hodges, of The Detroit News. Jennifer’s work is represented by: All Art Works, NYC and Grand Haven, Michigan, Ann Arbor Art Center 117 Gallery, The Contemporary Dayton, Terra Gallery, Dublin, Ohio, Studio 1219, Port Huron, Michigan, The Blue Fish Kitchen, Manistee, Michigan, The Blue Cow Café, Big Rapids, and The Alice W. Moore Center for the Arts, St. Clair, Michigan. Charitable donations of Jennifer’s work have been made to The Crooked Tree Art Center and The Contemporary Dayton. Jennifer’s work is in private collections. Notable awards include a visual arts scholarship, scholastic art award, a grant recipient and finalist for Kroger’s community art project in Clinton Township, Michigan. Point of View- Jennifer Glance, her first solo exhibition, took place at Studio 1219 in Port Huron, Michigan, October 2018. A four artist exhibition, Nature’s Perspective, 2019 at The Concourse Gallery in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Solo exhibitions 2021: McGraw-Hill Education, Columbus, Ohio

Artist Statement

I draw my inspiration from the words of Walt Whitman: “Oh, to confront night, storms, hunger, Ridicule, accidents, rebuffs, As the trees and animals do.”