JENNA FOX - ARTIST
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Jenna Fox is a British artist with a First class honours degree in Fine art from the UCA and an MBA from Brunel University.
Jenna started to create 2D vibrant sculptural flowers as a metaphor for vulnerability and fragility. This quickly developed into large scale installations of oversized flowers or paintings showing all the stages of their life cycle and as a mass of blooms.
Her work relates to universal debates on identity, and place (home and the body - mentally and physically) as she explores the dynamic of the internal and external.
Sculptures, installations, photography and performance are all topics that she loves to explore. Reaching out to gain insight from others to inform her thinking, but also retaining a tongue in cheek playfulness to the process of her work as a coping mechanism.
The flowers are expanded and larger than life to make us aware that they are shouting at us to listen and notice them.
Each painting uses a limited colour palette of three colours.
Jenna’s creative works are currently on show brightening up and transforming public spaces in the community at the following: The War Horse Memorial Royal Ascot, Earley Railway Station & Sunningdale Railway Station, The RSPB, The National Trust, The Sculpture Park Guildford and Frimley Park Hospital.
Jenna is thrilled to have been selected to create an outside installation of roses for Guildford Cathedral and two huge paintings for the vestibule for 2023.
Watch this space!