Artist Spotlight: Jennifer Levine

Hey !

Jennifer Levine, Charlotte artist.  I love her work and have placed it on several occasions.  She shows at Slate Interiors and during my many "swooping trips" at Slate I always pause and see if one of Jennifer pieces will fill an empty wall at a current install.  That's just what happened when I was shopping for accessories for the recent Lake Game Room, and got lucky !!

He work is colorful, vibrant and full of texture and movement.  Take a look at a few of my favorites from her site, and head over to Slate Interiors and give them a closer look !

A little more about Jennifer, from her site . . . 

Jennifer Levine has enjoyed a love of art most of her life with the help of her very artistic father and artist grandmother, who illustrated medical text books in the 1920s through 1950s. At St. Lawrence University, in Upstate New York, Jennifer studied Art History, Fine Arts and Economics, but set the artistic visions aside when transferring to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she continued her major in Economics and then Political Science. After 15 years working in Commercial Real Estate Investment Banking with Bank of America and Wachovia, Jennifer became a full-time mother of three children, and began to really explore her artistic interests and techniques. She works with oils, watercolor, charcoal, pen and inks and printmaking. Her style ranges from abstract interpretations of still life and landscape in very large form, to playing with geometric forms through hazy layers below and on the surface. Jennifer shows paintings primarily in Slate Interiors, or by appointment.

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