Jennifer Strasenburgh


Jennifer Strasenburgh attended the Savannah College of Art and Design from 1990 to 1992; and graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a B.F.A. in 1997.

Strasenburgh creates her artwork from her own designs and sketches. All of her works are created on paper and panel within the flexible environment of her home studio. Some of the materials are applied with brushes in a painterly fashion, while others are applied by hand and smoothed onto the surface with her fingers. She enjoys a very intimate creative process in which she’s able to handle the materials and manipulate them in an immediate way. Strasenburgh’s intimacy with her medium is what allows her to create artwork that most accurately represents her intentions as an artist and to portray strength, beauty and balance.

Strasenburgh’s work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the Lancaster Museum of Art in Lancaster, PA; Show of Hands in Philadelphia, PA; Arvada Center for the Arts in Arvada, CO; Groundworks Art Gallery in Denver, CO; and the Parade of Homes, Talon’s Reach in Aurora, CO. Her works also appear in several permanent corporate collections. In addition, her works have appeared in the book Going Over East, by Linda Hasselstrom (Fulcrum Publishing).


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