WAOWing the Centennial State / Hunter, Jennifer
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Hunter, Jennifer3

Jennifer Hunter

The Green Apron
watercolor
18" x 16"
$3700.00

I always liked to explore and wished I could travel back to historical times in American history to
experience life as it was. Understanding where we have come from, and how we got here, connects me to
the past and my place in the history of our times. Maybe it's just my romantic notion and longing for a simple life
that keeps my head in the past, or possibly it's just the togetherness of families working to help each other.
For that, we all owe a debt of gratitude. That's the stuff we lose when we move too fast, work too hard and we
forget the meaning of our lives. We lose out on the simple joyful pleasures of community and our connection to
the natural world. I'm seeking to keep the bond intact through my paintings because we must know where we've
been, so that we can know who we are, and where we are headed in the future. When I paint, I follow my heart
from this place and time to wherever it takes me.