MFA, Brooklyn College (2003)
BA, Salve Regina University (1999)
Objects fascinate me: their form, function, and the value we place on them. I have a meticulous interest in the mundane, the detritus, and the castaway objects of the world. I collect these objects from periods in my life and turn them into documents of my experiences. In my work, I seek a balance between the accurate depiction of a moment in time and the potential monumental and iconic quality of the ordinary object itself.
My paintings and assemblages are autobiographical in nature. They are totems commemorating a family history of saving, keeping, hoarding, and procrastinating where objects equal memories, everything has value, and nothing should be discarded.
Jennifer Maloney is a native of Brooklyn, N.Y. where she lives and paints. She has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design and New York Institute of Technology.
Art Today And Its Issues
Color: Theory And Practice
Fundamentals Of 2 D Design
Senior Thesis Project 2
Senior Thesis Project I Exploration Of Color With Oil Paint And Colage
Senior Thesis Project I Observational Abstraction
Foundations, Color, Drawing, Art of the Italian Renaissance
Trompe L’Oeil- International Juried exhibition, John F. Peto Museum, Island Heights, NJ May 14-Sept 4
“How are Things?” Sabbatical Exhibition, Adelphi University, Garden
City, NY March 13-Apr 17
“Abide with Me” Cynthia Winings Gallery, Blue Hill, ME. August 1-30
“How are Things?” Solo exhibition, Barristers Gallery, New Orleans, LA.
“Beauty Abounds” Cynthia Winings Gallery, Blue Hill, ME. July 2-July 30
Patchogue Arts Biennial, October 22-November 13
“Wunderkammer”, solo exhibition, West Chester University, West Chester, PA. November 3- 28
Adelphi in Florence