Jenny McGee : American Abstract Expressionist
Jenny McGee : American Abstract Expressionist
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Meet Jenny

Artist Jenny McGee loves seeing you shine your brightest. She hopes that every painted creation will serve as a reminder of how colorful, unique and cherished you are.

 

Artwork by Jenny McGee

As seen on HGTV! Jenny McGee’s paintings hang in numerous private collections. Some of her clients include HGTV’s designer Kelli Ellis, Boone County National Bank, Sigfreid Bingham Law Firm, Midwest Transplant Network and Boone Hospital. Recently her work has been featured on HGTV’s House Hunter’s Renovation. Her increasingly collectable status has attracted a growing list of patrons. You can see some of the publicly displayed pieces at the World Trade Art Gallery in New York City, BrandonJacobs Gallery in Kansas City, The Christopher Kennedy Compound in Palm Springs, Poppy in downtown Columbia Missouri and at Kindred, Healing and Expressive Arts Collective in Columbia.

"Expression Sessions" with Jenny McGee

Jenny is thrilled to collaborate with Kindred to provide a creative Expressive Art Space. Jenny is offering 60 minute "Expression Sessions" and is passionate about helping people express their emotions, ambitions and goals through art. Her innovative teaching techniques help others feel more positivity, playfulness and empowerment through art and creativity. She is a professional artist and will give you the tools, encouragement, guidance and techniques to effectively express yourself through art.

Jenny McGee has had over 20 years of experience working with art as a modality of healing and expression. She holds a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design from Missouri State University and studied under award winning designer/illustrator Mirko Ilić in New York City. She has won several art and design awards and was a member of La Fabri-K, a Salvadoran artists’ collective that was awarded the Premio Ingenio, the nation’s highest artistic award for outreach utilizing art. She also collaborated with a Salvadoran group called Homies Unidos, where she forged relationships with former gang members through shared artistic experiences.

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