Meanley, Jennifer

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TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Murmurs from home 2021 202 Murmurs from Home is an exploration of relationships tied to land and family through oil paint....
In your mother’s eyes 2021 153 In Your Mother’s Eyes is rooted in the overwhelming peace I have found since giving birth to my first baby, Jayden. Through the display of growth, the progression of time, and emotional and physical perception, I am symbolically and literally creatin...
Belonging and distance 2022 253 Through painting, I explore relationships, both between two individuals and between individuals and the communities they are a part of. I consider what is received and what is given up in order to belong. I am interested in thresholds in life, such a...
Seasons in the abyss 2020 166 I have written this thesis to explore and support the artistic practice and work I have formed while at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. The work of my thesis show was made in reaction and reference to both the real world and the world as...
The psychology of space in domestic interiors 2011 1700 The work for my thesis exhibition consists of large charcoal drawings of domestic interiors that are drawn from life. Many of the normal indications of living have been removed from the rooms, imparting an uneasiness to the space and lending it an un...
Discovering through the act of making 2011 1231 My drawing subject is the human form. I focus on my own body in my large scale, and text-related pieces. I also work from direct observation and invention. I am actively searching for ways to express my gender identity and sexuality. With the drawing...
Baby of mine 2020 274 I’ve been exploring. Adventuring and exploring in and out through my fears, questions, anxieties, and excitements through my own narratives; story-telling my way through these present emotions. I use myself in the medium of oil painted self-portraitu...