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Jennifer GardinerJen Gardiner-Lam

Assistant Adjunct Professor

Office Hours: Thursdays 2 - 3 and
by appointment
 

Teaching Responsibilites

  • Basic Drawing
  • Basic Printmaking
  • Printmaking II
  • FYS

 

Biography

 

Jennifer Gardiner attended the University of Michigan and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking and graduated with honors. She was awarded a full scholarship to the State University of New York in Buffalo for a masters degree program in printmaking. Jennifer participated in numerous collegiate shows and a university exchange show between New York and Japan. She taught printmaking to undergraduate students and worked at the David Anderson gallery. After graduating she returned to Holland and began experimenting with painting and collage. She utilized many “unsuccessful” prints and found a new outlet for her creative aspiration. Artists who have influenced her work are Robert Motherwell, Pablo Picasso, and Antonio Tapías.

Jennifer has been showing at galleries in Holland, Saugatuck, Douglas, Birmingham, Harbor Springs, and Ann Arbor for the past 10 years. She has also exhibited work in Washington D.C., Chicago, and Los Angeles. Her work is included in many local corporate collections including Herman Miller, Macatawa Bank, Miller S.Q.A., Neiman Marcus, and Steelcase. Currently her work is exhibited at the “Nines Gallery” and at “Till Midnight Restaurant” in Holland. Jennifer has enjoyed teaching printmaking, drawing, life drawing, and now watercolor classes for Hope College, as an adjunct faculty for over five years. She lives in Holland with her husband and two children.

 

Selected Gallery of Works

 

H.O.M.E, Mixed Media, 20" x 20"

Not Without Danger, Mixed Media, 20" x 20"