Last we introduced one of Jennifer Sanchez’s new works, we were nestled along the shore of the Atlantic, awaiting the arrival of Hurricane Irene. Picking up where we left off—we’re introducing ny.11.#02’s sister print, ny.11.#12.
The pair of prints marks a departure in Jennifer’s work. Her signature spontaneous, multi-colored swirls and drips have been replaced by a subdued color palette and slightly more orderly composition. True to form, though, she’s left evidence of her process—layers and marks that render the surface deliciously smudgy. As her work has changed over the years, we’ve been here to watch and share it with you.
Jennifer is one of five artists featured in our collaboration with West Elm—a partnership that’s brought her work, along with that of Sean Greene, Joe Kievitt, Carol Padberg and Bert Teunissen, to a large audience of art and design lovers. Our collaboration includes this weekend’s (rescheduled post-hurricane) Living With Art + The Art of Livingdesign talk with Jen. If you’re in NYC, stop by on Saturday to hear her tips on collecting and living with art:
Living With Art + The Art of Living
Saturday, October 8th, 10–11 a.m.
1870 Broadway, New York, NY
Call the store to RSVP: 212-247-8077
Hope to see you then!