Jennifer (Rogenski) James
  • Female
  • Saint Louis, MO
  • United States
  • 63146
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First Name
Jen
Last Name:
(Rogenski) James
Zip Code:
63146
I am an:
Artist, Art Professional
If an artist/art student, my primary medium or mixed media is:
Painting
About Me:
I am a figurative/narrative painter & art instructor. Happily married and living in St. Louis.
*** Feel free to contact me about commissions. ***
jenjames923@gmail.com
Website:
http://www.jensartforum.blogspot.com/
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http://www.visualcv.com/jenjames
Artist Statement

I believe that the human figure more than anything helps connect
the audience to my work and the universality of our human emotions. Although my paintings represent personal allegories, they are meant to point to a certain emotion. These emotions are usually processed as memories and run the gamut from elation, to loss, to wonderment; anything that makes me question myself, my integrity, my place. Through these memories I create dream-like spaces where objects lose their literal meaning and instead become metaphors in a non-linear narrative. These objects are open to personal interpretation. We all create our own memory of certain objects, connect them to place, to time, and most importantly to emotions. This emotive connect to things is interesting to investigate as well as to challenge. My work is an externalization of the emotional responses I have in my relationships, with friends, and family, my working life, my sense of belonging, or not belonging at all. They are very much a self portrait, finding my place. The space that I create for the figures, is recontextualized to reveal this struggle. It is not necessary for the viewer to literally re-experience what I am metaphorically representing but rather relate to an overall feeling in their own personal experience.


Latest Local Activity

Jennifer (Rogenski) James is now friends with J Randolph Richter, Rachel Cox and Angela Mircsov
Mar 24
Jennifer (Rogenski) James and Michael Arnold are now friends
May 22, 2013
Jennifer (Rogenski) James and Matt Donovan are now friends
Feb 7, 2013
Jennifer (Rogenski) James left a comment for Jeff Finck
"Well Congrats to you too!  It is the best...:)"
Nov 28, 2012

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At 12:09pm on November 28, 2012, Jeff Finck said…

Nice!  Then, officially congratulations!  I got married, too!  In May of last year.. It's kind of the best.  Glad to hear everything's going great!

At 12:08am on November 28, 2012, Jeff Finck said…

I... JUST got that comment you left me in May of last year about seeing if I still had any work from your classes.  (I think I still do, by the way!)  I am sorry I didn't get back to you sooner.  I kind of forgot that the internet existed, apparently.  Hope all is well!  If I can help with anything in the future, let me know!

There's something different about your last name.  Congratulations! (If you got married, congrats.. OR, on the other hand, congratulations on taking your name back!  I think I covered all of my bases.)

At 3:27pm on November 23, 2012, Jesse Renae White said…

JEN!!! How have you been?????  I miss you SOOO MUCH!!  I lost your number so you'll have to text me soon!  We can catch up about what's been going on. I'm curious to hear what you've been up to!

 

At 6:26pm on February 24, 2011, richard white said…
If you think you can handle it I just might be back next semester
At 8:01pm on January 2, 2011, Cam Vancely said…
Me Too! I just started a standing mobile, a lil diff for me. Givin myself a month to complete. New to painting but Really awesome to be able to see some of the fantastic work on here like your own. Helps to "see".  I'll have 2 more of those to post in about a month as well.  Look forward to seeing more of your stuff 
 
 
 

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