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.
Adelphi In Florence: Experiencing The Italian Renaissance
Drawing I I I
Fundamentals Of 2 D Design
Painting I I
Senior Thesis Project 2
Senior Thesis Project I
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