Jane Ollendorff hosts Sweet Dreams & Nightmares, mixed media works by Janiece Senn at Marbles Gallery.
Opening reception: Saturday May 8th, 6-9 p.m.
Janiece Senn’s new mixed media work “Sweet Dreams & Nightmares”
1905 Park Avenue, just east of Mississippi, in Lafayette Square.
Stop by to share art, wine and meet this talented, playfully creative artist!
Janiece Senn’s recent mixed media work with fables, ‘Sweet Dreams & Nightmares’, can be seen as both playful and a little darker – something like a child’s nightmares with monsters, robots and such, but with a touch of whimsy and humor. Otherwise known as “Whimzwhirled,” the artist offers loads of eye candy. Her motto: “Enough color to make a rainbow blush!”
Janiece Senn’s life as an artist began at age five when her grandmother put an embroidery needle and thread in her hand and said, “Make me something pretty.” Her grandmother also took her across the creek to an old abandoned dump to dig for ‘treasures’ – and so began her mixed media/recycling obsession. Her grandmother taught her to look at all things beyond what they were to what they could be. Janiece was launched on the path to fine arts studies woven through every media imaginable, winning several awards and scholarships along the way, and producing a modest but sustainable career over the past 30 years. You can view mosaic work by Janiece Senn locally at The Venice Café, Frazer’s Restaurant, BB’s Jazz, Blues and Soups, and Mangia Italiano.
Free and open to the public. Stop by to share art, wine and meet this talented, playfully creative artist!