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Jennifer Vignone
Middle Village, NY

The Human Condition
Akatosashi paper, Kochi paper, pastel, ink jets of original drawings original text, water color, wood, encaustic
9.25 x 12 x 1 in. (open spread 21 in.)


the breaking up of thin air
encaustic on Akatosashi paper, pastel, pencil, ink jet print outs of original drawings, original text, linen, rose branches
11.75 x 14.5 x 1.5 (opens to 24.25 x 35 in.)


Everything takes time, effort and openness. My work represents the journey I am on and the commitment I have made to examine life’s events, both personal and epic in scale. Process is crucial to growth and process wears many masks and takes on many forms. For the creator of a book, painting, drawing anything the process is often more important than the result. It is the process, and its accompanying struggle to get something out that pushes one through the anguish to the revelation. Hopefully, my struggle touches that universal thread that joins us all together.

Jennifer Vignone's work appeared in the following exhibition(s) organized by The Center for Book Arts
2004 Artist Member Juried Exhibition
 juried by Mindell Dubansky & Milan Hughston
Fifty-eight, Eighty-five
(2003) Ink-jet print, collage
Paper, Art & the Book
 an exhibition of the innovative ways artists utilize paper to express ideas conveyed in books and broadsides
I Have to Go
(1995) Iris ink jet on kozo paper, wood, acrylic, marker, pen, watercolor, metal, plastic, gold leaf; continuous spool binding
Mysterious Worlds
 the 1996 annual Artist Members Exhibition
Keelhaul; Life in the City

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