Artworks
Abstract digital photography
2015
paint on skin
2016
Abstract digital photography
2015
paint on skin
2016
Ceramic Sculpture
2018
paint on skin
2015
Ceramic Sculpture
2018
paint on skin
2015
paint on skin
2018
paint on skin
2017
paint on skin
2018
ceramic
2015
Ceramic Sculpture
2017
paint on skin
2017
paint on skin
2017
paint on skin
2017
paint on skin
2017
paint on skin
2017
Digital Photography
2018
Ceramics
2015
Abstract digital photography
2015

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  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Perplex
    Facing a past still in shadows, she wears her colors with pride. Golden rays crown her head. Blue waters soak her skin. Black tears fall for her people.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Hollow
    A hand that reaches from the depths, finding what remains hollow.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Currents
    This piece embodies the water that runs through us, the water that connects us. What happens to her happens to us. Women are the creators of life. We carry that water that creates life just as Mother Earth carries the water that maintains our life.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Washed
    Raina reclaims her body, washing away the lingering eyes that blanket her skin.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Blue
    Blind. Leaning. Undone. Empty.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Belle
    This piece captures the power and divinity of womxn. She holds herself with a boldness that commands attention. Each arm gracing her skin at her own will, hiding nothing.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork People
    This triptych is symbolic of Mother Earth and the hand humanity has in her well-being. The subtle power of this piece can be seen in the physical expression of vulnerability and exhaustion. The images evolve with the woman. She is a part of the environment at the start, but as the cycle continues you see how she is further removed from the environment, until she is the dominating focus of the picture.  Just as humans have become the defining factor behind the functioning and balance of the glob…
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Stolen Sisters
    In honor of all our lost sisters, this series reminds us of the indigenous women taken by a system of violent crime.  With each pipeline project comes an influx of non-native oil workers. These man camps have devastated communities. Native women, who are already 2.5 times more likely to be sexually assaulted, are especially vulnerable as the 1978 Supreme Court case Oilphant v. Suquamish stripped tribes of the right to prosecute non-natives who perpetrate crimes on reservations. Silenced by a bl…
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Inferno
    Fire is a sacred element, symbolic of passion and representative of the sun. This piece illuminates the flames catching within all of us.
  • Jenny Zander updated the Artwork Shades of Gray
    We roam. Anxious and shook, time seemingly standing still, the mind racing back and forth. We roam. Even when our bodies cannot, our minds take us places beyond this reality. We roam. With vigorous shakes, our identities blur, our thoughts distort. For we always roam the lands of this Earth and another in search of feelings, queer and raw feelings.