Jennifer Lorre studied graphic design in Southern California in the early 90’s doing illustration work for bands and corporate collateral for tech companies.
Two years ago she sold everything in Cali not knowing her destination and hit the road with her dog Mazzy and cat Biggie in toe for a new start and new inspiration. Once she saw the Oregon Coast she fell in love. The plan worked instantly and was proven true by a body of work which was energized by the August 21st 2017 solar eclipse.
Vacillating between her passions for poetry and art she is focused on drawing and painting right now experimenting with the emotional connection art has to the human experience and life's ever present challenge to eventually accept our losses and use the past in creative narratives to heal the soul.
Her style is abstract expressionism. Edward Munch being one of her favorite artist. Her childhood was influenced by the women in her life, her mother both grandmothers and great grandmother were all artists themselves. Because of that she always had a pencil and paper in hand and lots of art books to practice from. Currently she is drawn to an intuitive-style and the connection art has to actual earthly spaces and the energies they present artists.