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Jenney Laza-Jackson

  • Born in 1971 in Cojimar, Cuba
  • At her mid 20’s she immigrated to the United States and settled in Hollywood, Florida
  • She currently lives in the Cayman Islands

I have had a natural affinity for creating art since childhood and eventually attended university to become an artteacher. I have enjoyed being involved with the art community of Havana and exploring several different formsof visual art whilst making a living by selling my ceramic works. My portfolio also includes art restoration and commissions and I strive to continue my craft using different kinds of mediums.

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Jenney Laza-Jackson

  • Born in 1971 in Cojimar, Cuba
  • At her mid 20’s she immigrated to the United States and settled in Hollywood, Florida
  • She currently lives in the Cayman Islands
 

 

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Jenney Laza-Jackson

  • Born in 1971 in Cojimar, Cuba
  • At her mid 20’s she immigrated to the United States and settled in Hollywood, Florida
  • She currently lives in the Cayman Islands
 

 

I have had a natural affinity for creating art since childhood and eventually attended university to become an artteacher. I have enjoyed being involved with the art community of Havana and exploring several different formsof visual art whilst making a living by selling my ceramic works. My portfolio also includes art restoration and commissions and I strive to continue my craft using different kinds of mediums.

I have had a natural affinity for creating art since childhood and eventually attended university to become an artteacher. I have enjoyed being involved with the art community of Havana and exploring several different formsof visual art whilst making a living by selling my ceramic works. My portfolio also includes art restoration and commissions and I strive to continue my craft using different kinds of mediums.

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Jenney
Laza-Jackson

  • Born in 1971 in Cojimar, Cuba
  • At her mid 20’s she immigrated to the United States and settled in Hollywood, Florida
  • She currently lives in the Cayman Islands
 

 

I have had a natural affinity for creating art since childhood and eventually attended university to become an artteacher. I have enjoyed being involved with the art community of Havana and exploring several different formsof visual art whilst making a living by selling my ceramic works. My portfolio also includes art restoration and commissions and I strive to continue my craft using different kinds of mediums.

I strongly believe that art is a powerful tool
for self-expression.

I strongly believe that art is a powerful tool
for self-expression.

I strongly believe that art is a powerful tool
for self-expression.

I strongly believe that art is a powerful tool for self-expression.

  • I work mostly with oil, acrylic and watercolour using brush or pallet knife, depending on the subject. To me, the most important part of my art is selecting the subject. I always think carefully and take my time choosingwhat I want to bring to the canvas. Sometimes it is about a colour scheme or an emotion, or it could be assimple as to complement a space. Generally, my intention is just to be suggestive and I like the viewer totake it from there, to find their very own connection and be comfortable with what they see.
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  • I work mostly with oil, acrylic and watercolour using brush or pallet knife, depending on the subject. To me, the most important part of my art is selecting the subject. I always think carefully and take my time choosingwhat I want to bring to the canvas. Sometimes it is about a colour scheme or an emotion, or it could be assimple as to complement a space. Generally, my intention is just to be suggestive and I like the viewer totake it from there, to find their very own connection and be comfortable with what they see.
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  • I work mostly with oil, acrylic and watercolour using brush or pallet knife, depending on the subject. To me, the most important part of my art is selecting the subject. I always think carefully and take my time choosingwhat I want to bring to the canvas. Sometimes it is about a colour scheme or an emotion, or it could be assimple as to complement a space. Generally, my intention is just to be suggestive and I like the viewer totake it from there, to find their very own connection and be comfortable with what they see.
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I work mostly with oil, acrylic and watercolour using brush or pallet knife, depending on the subject. To me, the most important part of my art is selecting the subject. I always think carefully and take my time choosingwhat I want to bring to the canvas. Sometimes it is about a colour scheme or an emotion, or it could be assimple as to complement a space. Generally, my intention is just to be suggestive and I like the viewer totake it from there, to find their very own connection and be comfortable with what they see.

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I create art because it heals the soul, it is my way to escape being present.

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I create art because it heals the soul, it is my way to escape being present.

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I create art because it heals the soul, it is my way to escape being present.

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I create art because it heals the soul, it is my way to escape being present.

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| Portrait Jenney Laza-Jackson: © Thomas Williamson
others: © Jenney Laza-Jackson

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