Jennifer Moses lives and paints in Boston, Massachusetts. She is currently represented by the Kingston Gallery and the Clark Gallery. Moses has been included in group exhibitions across the country and throughout New England. Her work has been reviewed in Art New England Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Sculpture Magazine and The Roswell Daily Newspaper. In 2011 her work was included in the Northeast edition of New American Paintings. Moses has received numerous awards.  She was recently invited to Yaddo artists’ community in Saratoga Springs, NY and was a fellow at the Roswell Artist in Residence Program, in Roswell, NM. She holds a BFA from Tyler School of Art and an MFA from Indiana University. Moses is a Professor of Art at the University of New Hampshire where she has taught for twenty-four years.

“Bandelier Phantasmagoria" 20"x22"

AT THE CENTER OF MY dedication to visual art is an ongoing internal struggle with historical images and their meanings. I work to integrate my responses to a range of art historical paintings from medieval to modernist with the seen world in an attempt to imbue abstract imagery with the same emotive weight of storytelling.

“Moonrise” 12"x12"

“RECENT WORK EXPRESSES MOMENTS from exploration of the natural sites in New Mexico as well as more intimate motifs found closer, such as spider webs and tumble weeds, the pale colors of the grass and scrub, tree bark and the drama of the sky.

“Who's Afraid”

“I STRIVE TO SUCCEED in combining narrative and formalism like the artists Duccio, Gorky and Miro, and Guston among others.”

“This or That” 16"x16"

MEDIATING THIS STRANGE AND hypnotic landscape is the language of the color and the geometry of an urban environment.  These disparate languages are both blocked and excavated to form a seamless world of opposition, line and solid form, the tragic and the comic.

“Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow, Green” 9"x12"