Episode 96: Jen Mazza
Updated: Jul 18, 2022
There is something wonderfully romantic and engaging about Jen Mazza’s work. The literary sensibilities surface, providing a contextual edge tempered by a misty realism. For some reason, understanding that she has a background in Spanish literature helps me to trust the fidelity in the representational aspects that emerge in her compositions.
Jen Mazza . . .
Two Telegrams (Antonioni), 2013, oil on canvas, 13 x 15 inches
I love the gauzy sensations . . .
Filmy. . .
Poetic . . .
Literary . . .
The Notion of Us 4, 2019 oil on canvas 39 x 28 inches
The Notion of Us 2, 2019 oil on canvas 39 x 28 inches
tradition- but with
Selected works from left to right: Untitled (Vallotton, Green), 2015, oil on canvas, 11 x 9 inches; Song, 2018, 36 x 36 inches; Digital Print/ Mixed Media (dimensions unlisted)
By Beautiful Intentions
And Expensive Materials
In an effort to rebel or
Untitled (4 Apples) 2014, oil and gold leaf on canvas, 13 x 10 inches
And grand designs in the background . . .
As part of
Carnations/ Blue Vase /Fleur de lis, 2014, oil and graphite pigment on canvas, 18 x 15
From Drawings/ Works on Paper. Pen and ink /mixed media
Sensual . . .
I don’t think so.
Images from Mal Girls/ Objecty
We invite you to join us tonight as we talk with Jen about her work and process. Sip and chat at 8 pm EST Tuesday, June 28th on Facebook, Youtube, or Twitch!
In case you missed the live interview, here is the show on YouTube: