2020 news

2020 news
Vermont Carving Studio, granted Independent artist in residence, West Rutland . VT AUG 2020

Publication Review:
Hill, Kate, "Artists Selected for Made in NY Juried exhibition," Eagle Newspapers, NY, JUL 27 2020, illustrated https://eaglenewsonline.com/things-to-do/arts/2020/07/27/local-artists-selected-for-made-in-ny-juried-exhibition/

2021 news

2021 news
Granted sabbatical leave SP 2021

Invited artist in residence 
MAR > Kunstnarhuset Messen
Ålvik, NORWAY 

2021 news

2021 news
Granted sabbatical leave SP 2021

Invited artist in residence 

JUL > Icelandic Textile Centre Residency
Textilsetur.residency.is

Blönduós, Northwest coast, Iceland 
Research and work on TC2 digital loom (designed in Norway) that has the ability to create designs normally required by a Jacquard loom. Shaft weaves have the ability to change the number of shafts, threadings and weave structures instantly. The TC2 has a weaving width of 43 inches and is equipped with 6 modules and 1320 warp threads, 12/cm or 30 epi. The TC2 loom and its computer is housed in a live/work studio over looking the Blandu River. 

2020 news

2020 news
Clouds over Selkirk II, ink on paper 2019 
On view Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn NY 
OCT 17 - NOV, 2020

2020 news

2020 news
Publication:
Stone Canoe 14
A Journal of Arts, Literature and Social Commentary
Number 14, Downtown Writers Center, Syracuse, NY 2020, illustrated
Icelandic photographs p. 194+195 ISBN 978-0-9963431-4-5
 

2019 news

2019 news
Publication:
CæsuraThe Journal of the Poetry Center San José, www.pcsj.org
ISBN 978-0-9850301-6-2 Library of Congress #2018959562
illustrated pages vii, viii, 3, 6  



 

"Visual Artist Jen Pepper Molds & Shapes Language"

Profile piece . Text by Katherine Rushworth
photos by Michelle Gabel, Central New York Magazine, March/April 2011, illus. p.139-148 
© 2011 The Post-Standard. All rights reserved. Used with permission of The Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York 


Sculpture Magazine MARCH 2011 Vol.30 No.2 review

REVIEW in Sculpture, March 2011 Vol. 30 No.2, a publication of the International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C. illus. p.68-69