Jenny Linn Loveland
Jenny Linn Loveland (1953, Tokyo, Japan) is a representational painter who works alla prima (wet on wet). Her work emphasizes texture, brush strokes and play of colors. She looks for the undiscovered in every subject. She exhibits in group shows throughout Hampton Roads and Richmond and her work is held in private collections in CA, MD and VA. Her work is among featured artists at Nitram Charcoal. She is a painting and drawing instructor for Lifelong Learning at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, Virginia.
Her work is being displayed at the Kennedy Gallery, Norfolk and will be displayed at Williamsburg Art Gallery, Merchant Square, and at The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center, Hampton (Oct 2015).
Jenny Linn Loveland has studied painting and drawing throughout Hampton Roads at Christopher Newport University and continues her development through workshops: Studio Incamminati and The Visual Arts Center . She holds degrees in Fine Art, Psychology and Adult Learning/Education. She is a Gulf War veteran and retired from the U.S. Air Force. She supports the Armed Services Arts Partnership (William & Mary) as a visual arts program adviser and is a published poet. (2016)