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Migrational Echoes/Mercurial Features 2013

Birth 2 by Jenny HynesMigrational Echoes/Mercurial Features

Artwork by Jenny Hynes

September 13 – October 11, 2013
Receptions: September 13, 2013
October 11, 2013

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Migrational Echoes/Mercurial Futures explores constructs of memory, time, and loss in the face of our uncertain futures. Jenny Hynes employs layers of stitching and fabric into collage and monotype prints. The process of collecting and assembling fabric and bits and pieces of scraps from her studio reflects the process by which we recreate our past, present, and imagine our future out of the culmination of our experiences. The reuse of the different colors and shapes of materials builds up the color and texture within creating a pathway to spontaneous shifts of meaning in each of the final prints. These figurative narratives suggest a story while leaving space for viewers to interpret and emotionally engage with the works.

Ledge Sh2 by Jenny Hynes              Sister Piece by Jenny Hynes

 
Free Form Monoprint by Jenny Hynes
Jenny Hynes: Jenny Hynes is a long time bay area resident. She first attended Contra Costa Community College in Richmond, Ca. This is where she was introduced to printmaking by enrolling in a silk screen class. She then transferred to California State Hayward to earn her BFA, here she was fortunate to have taken etching from Enrique Chagoya. In 2011 Jenny attended The San Francisco Art Institute where she spent a year of intensive printmaking under the guidance of Timothy Berry. She earned her Post Baccalaureate in 2012. Jenny has shown her work locally at Art Works Downtown in the Underground Gallery, The O’Hanlon Center for the Arts in several juried shows, and was represented by Room Art Gallery in Mill Valley from 2011-2012. Jenny Hynes has a deep love for art and an unstoppable passion for creating work.

Links: www.jennyhynes.com 

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