Jennifer Lynn Haas

My art finds expression in depicting people and nature, both of which I find true delight in and hold concern for. My pieces display an interest for and tendency towards strong line, interesting use of colour, and a love for contrast in order to highlight the meaning, issues, and subject. I am interested in pursuing life in its fullness, and enjoy the fact that art can serve as a way to wonder, ask, delight in and express life. When I create I am prompted by my thoughts, emotions, and spiritual convictions. I surrender my hands, heart, and mind to the living Christ, seeking to glorify the Creator in all that I make.

Two Vases in White


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