Jen Urso creates multi-disciplinary works that explore endurance, persistence, change, compliance and ignored or forgotten moments and places. She is a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant recipient, is included in the Drawing Center Viewing Program and has exhibited in Arizona, New York, Oregon, Colorado, Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro. In 2011, Jen published her book "the things in between" in conjunction with a solo show at Modified Arts, Phoenix, AZ. Jen received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and completed 1 year of coursework towards an MFA in Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts, New York. She lives and works in downtown Phoenix, AZ. Visit www.jenniferursoart.com or www.jenursodesign.wordpress.com. Photo credit: Makoto Ishida www.mishida.com.
“In a Rut” recap and the next meeting: “Things Don’t Work” when technology seems to hate you.
Walking, even in our summer heat, can be a source of discovery, inspiration (and sweatiness).
How making art and growing gardens might come from the same creative place.