Artworks
Oil on Canvas
36 x 48 inches
2016
Acrylic on canvas
24 x 36 inches
2014
acrylic on mirror
18 x 24 inches
2014
mixed media on mirror
18 x 24 inches
2014
Acrylic on canvas on board, fabric, string
24 x 36 inches (without fabric and strings) 8 x 7 feet (with fabric and strings)
2014
Watercolor and mud on paper
7 x 7 inches (each)
2013
oil on masonite panel
2012
Oil and acrylic on canvas
18 x 24 inches
2012
Acrylic, Oil, and paper on canvas
30 x 32 inches
2012

Activity

  • An Exhibition of young artist’s artwork in downtown Saint Paul.  The ARTwalk is a unique opportunity for individuals, schools and community organizations to highlight the visual arts achievements of young people. As part of the Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, the ARTwalk celebrates young artists’ creativity from across the region. Over 600 submissions from around the region were featured last year. Because the ARTwalk is a non-juried exhibition, participants are encouraged …
  • An Exhibition of young artist’s artwork in downtown Saint Paul.  The ARTwalk is a unique opportunity for individuals, schools and community organizations to highlight the visual arts achievements of young people. As part of the Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, the ARTwalk celebrates young artists’ creativity from across the region. Over 600 submissions from around the region were featured last year. Because the ARTwalk is a non-juried exhibition, participants are encouraged …
  • Britta Jepsen updated the Artwork Fall
  • Britta Jepsen updated the Artwork Hung Up to Dry
    Travelling through Italy, I enjoyed the array of color that was everywhere. [i]Hung Up to Dry [/i]is a playful take on the laundry lines that are a staple in Italian towns, stretching across streets, allies, balconies...allowing all to be on display. Such a simple task of drying laundry creates a beautiful atmosphere.
  • Britta Jepsen updated the Artwork North Sea Shore
    Inspired by a trip to the Netherlands, I wanted to capture the cool breeze moving through the brush, and the bright sunshine in the crisp, clear blue sky.
  • An Exhibition of young artist’s artwork in downtown Saint Paul The ARTwalk is a unique opportunity for individuals, schools and community organizations to highlight the visual arts achievements of young people. As part of the Flint Hills International Children’s Festival, the ARTwalk celebrates young artists’ creativity from across the region. Over 600 submissions from around the region were featured last year. Because the ARTwalk is a non-juried exhibition, participants are encouraged to …