Jennifer Balink's "Works on Paper"

by - August 31, 2018

Works on Paper
Work by Jennifer Balink
Reception Friday, September 21, 6-8pm

"Works on Paper" is a collection of artwork inspired by a beautiful essay titled, “Between Solitude and Loneliness.” Balink derived these pieces from that essay, along with rivers, trees and open spaces, noting they were a bit haunting. These experiences left a permanent, lingering impression along with thoughts about solitude and how it can often be a comfortable feeling that is all portrayed in her artwork.

Jennifer Balink is a native Memphian, independent thinker, problem solver, public speaker, writer, photographer, business strategist, tennis player, dog lover and hometrained cook. She is executive director of Kindred Place (formerly The Exchange Club Family Center), a nonprofit agency dedicated to ending family violence. She lives in Midtown Memphis with her husband, children, three rescue dogs and a very fat black cat. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Arts in art and archaeology (Visual Arts Program) from Princeton University. 

Visit her website at to view stationery and print work and read more on her blog

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