Jenny Brillhart

Dotted Shade, 4/8, 6:54 am, 2022

Oil on panel

20" x 14"

Jenny Brillhart

Dotted Shade, 5/22, 4:12 pm, 2022

Oil on panel

20" x 14"

Jenny Brillhart

Spalding, 2022

Oil on panel

20" x 14"

Jenny Brillhart

Flamingo Pink with Linen, 2022

Oil on linen

42" x 30"

Jenny Brillhart

Table with Cove Moldings, 2022

Oil on linen

36" x 30"

Jenny Brillhart

Covering with Tile Sized Ode to RD, 2022

Oil on panel

40" x 30"

Jenny Brillhart

Woodblock Abstraction, 2022

Oil on panel

13" x 11"

Jenny Brillhart

Dotted Shade, 5/3, 5:27 am, 2022

Oil on panel

20" x 14"

Jenny Brillhart

Dotted Shade, 6/1, 5:36 am, 2022

Oil on panel

20" x 14"

Jenny Brillhart

BG's Slipper Chair, 2022

Oil on aluminum

28" x 21"

Jenny Brillhart

Light with Light and Pillows, 2022

Oil on aluminum

28" x 21"

Jenny Brillhart

Pedestal, 2022

Oil on panel

30" x 40"

Jenny Brillhart

Moving Out, 2022

Oil on panel

40" x 30"

Press Release

Jenny Brillhart

Room For

July 1, 2022 - July 30, 2022

Jenny Brillhart begins her process by organizing objects within found and created spaces, posing subjects that engage from something that might be thought of as nothing. Her technique is a building process of material and repetition, reflecting the geometry of architectural structures and patterns. Playing with physical space, light and shadow, time and materiality, her paintings make us question our perceptions while simultaneously commanding them.

Brillhart was born in 1972 in Keene, New Hampshire. She received a BFA from Smith College in Northampton, MA and went on to study painting and drawing at The Art Students League, NY. In 2003 she graduated from the The New York Academy of Art with an MFA in painting. She has had solo exhibitions at Kuckei + Kuckei Gallery, Berlin, Germany and Emerson Dorsch Gallery, Miami, Florida as well as numerous other solo and group exhibitions. In 2017 she showed at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in a two person exhibition alongside artist Sara Stites. Brillhart was included in the 2019 deCordova New England Biennial. She lives and works in Blue Hill, Maine.

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