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Jen Heads - I Can See Change on the Horizon

Digital print on 210gsm enhanced matte paper, 210 X 297 mm (A4).

Limited edition of 50 available. 

This print is also available framed for an additional $40. If you would like this print framed (A3), please leave a comment when you checkout, stating which frame colour option you would prefer of either black or white. We will send out an invoice for the additional $40 to be paid prior to shipping or pick up. 

About Jen:

Jen Heads (Jenna Ingram) distinctive and recurring ‘heads’ are a study of the multi-faceted nature of human emotion – sadness, joy, stress, and other expressions that reflect our lived experiences such as what interests us, what we think, or what is contained within our own heads. 

Jenna is a multi-faceted artist and completed a BFA majoring in painting at Canterbury University in 2007. Her love for street art and graffiti was evident throughout her studies, but it wasn't until after the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes, that she begun to put passion into practice. Since pursuing urban art as a creative outlet, she founded Fiksate Gallery with her now husband Nathan Ingram and together they showcase and support NZ's leading urban artists. 

Follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jen_heads

 

 

 

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Jen Heads - I Can See Change on the Horizon

Digital print on 210gsm enhanced matte paper, 210 X 297 mm (A4).

Limited edition of 50 available. 

This print is also available framed for an additional $40. If you would like this print framed (A3), please leave a comment when you checkout, stating which frame colour option you would prefer of either black or white. We will send out an invoice for the additional $40 to be paid prior to shipping or pick up. 

About Jen:

Jen Heads (Jenna Ingram) distinctive and recurring ‘heads’ are a study of the multi-faceted nature of human emotion – sadness, joy, stress, and other expressions that reflect our lived experiences such as what interests us, what we think, or what is contained within our own heads. 

Jenna is a multi-faceted artist and completed a BFA majoring in painting at Canterbury University in 2007. Her love for street art and graffiti was evident throughout her studies, but it wasn't until after the 2011 Christchurch earthquakes, that she begun to put passion into practice. Since pursuing urban art as a creative outlet, she founded Fiksate Gallery with her now husband Nathan Ingram and together they showcase and support NZ's leading urban artists. 

Follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jen_heads