Jenn DePalma lives and works in Washington DC.
Over the summer I was fortunate enough to be offered and accept a one-week artist residency at Anaba Projects in Bethesda MD. It was specifically designed as a time for me to experiment and push myself and my work. I am grateful to Akemi for the time space, and encouragement. Please see the images of the final work in my portfolio.
September, 2015 I was selected for a fall equinox project at Maryland Agriculture Resource Council's Ag Center. Stop by September 20 for Family Farm Day and to see the installation! Or stop by 10 - 7 Thursday, Friday, or Saturday to volunteer or help.
March, 2015 WPA auction, 2015 nominated by Phyllis Rosenweig
January 2015 I was highlighted on a blog about the artist's residency I participated in.VCCA (Virginia Center for the Creative Arts) is one of the largest artists' communities in the nation. Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, VCCA has awarded fellowships to thousands of our best national and international writers, composers and visual artists. This blog tells their storytheir achievements and the work they are doing in your area and around the world. VCCA news is here, too: events, fellowships, opportunities.