# Contemporary art
The Gentle Wild of Jennifer JL Jones
The feminine identity and beauty are often attributed to nature. Seeds. Reproduction. Growth. Magnificence. Lust. Covetousness. For these reasons, and many more, floral paintings have an extensive presence in the scholarly facets of Art History. Artistically, man’s existence reverberated within these delicate, painterly blooms. We associate Mother Nature with serenity and beauty. However, the equally powerful side to this creative and controlling force is destructive, deadly, and harmful. Earth can be simultaneously restorative, loving, and gorgeous, yet out-of-control, devious and unpredictable. With these lures of attraction - flower, bud, or petal, can also be the unforgiving wave of Mother Nature’s wrath.
Denver Art Museum exhibit questions past, world today
“Plastic Surgery” by Inka Essenhigh(Courtesy of Denver Art Museum) (Denver, Colo.) A new exhibit that opens at the Denver Art Museum in January features feature artists who push contemporary art boundaries.
Jennifer JL Jones Takes a Walk on the Wildside
New River Fine Art is pleased to announce Gentle Wild, a solo exhibition by Internationally Acclaimed Contemporary Artist, Jennifer JL Jones running from Feb 3, 2022 – March 3, 2022, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.