Me, Myself and E, oil on wood panel, 48 x 42 inches, 2016.
Blue Blip, oil on wood panel, 12 x 9 inches, 2016.
Birdman, oil on wood panel, 33 x 30 inches, 2016.
Better Angel, oil on wood panel, 48 x 42 inches, 2016.
Head Case, oil on wood panel, 22 x 20 inches, 2016.
Pink Cloud, paper, mylar collage, 32 x 38 inches, 2016.
Gray Cloud, oil on wood panel, 33 x 30 inches, 2016.
Wall Collage 1, paper collage, 36 x 30 inches, 2016.
Red Cloud 2, oil on wood panel, 30 x 33 inches, 2016.
Moses' cartooned and animated abstract paintings included in this exhibit reflect the end points of opposite choices and possibilities. Her paintings attempt to reconcile the visual influences of an east coast urban environment with the monumental rock faces and vast landscape of New Mexico. In the effort to paint resolutely the artist often uses large shapes and line to block the imagery and the excavation of past decisions to reveal the imagery anew. Moses is known for her color and painterly touch which create craggy labored surfaces in juxtaposition to the thin glazes of the under painting. The work endeavors to tell tragicomic tales of decision making, paths taken and not taken; possibilities seized or lost, this way or that.
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 and was recently invited to Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY. She was a fellow at the Roswell Artist in Residence, 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.
Cartoons and other Confections, February 3-28, 2016
I Know Just What You're Saying, January 6-31, 2016
Ground Cover: Contemporary Abstraction between Figure and Ground, September 3-28, 2014
The Black and White of Things, February 5-March 2, 2014
All the Members: Gifted, September 4-29, 2013
Big HUGE small works, December 5-23, 2012
XXX: Kingston Annual Members Exhibition, Thirty Years as an Artist Run Gallery, September 5-30, 2012
NETwork, July 5-28, 2012
New Work, May 30-June 30, 2012
New Work, November 30, 2011-January 1, 2012
Kingston Gallery Annual Members' Exhibition, August 31-October 2, 2011
Jennifer Moses Exhibits New Paintings and Large-Scale Collages in "Elbow Room" at Kingston Gallery
From Atmosphere to Edge: A Drawing Show Curated by Jennifer Moses
Shana Dumont Garr, "The Generosity of Drawings." Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud, July 21, 2016.
Deborah Davidson, "For The Love of Paint!" Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud, February 22, 2014.
Mary Bucci McCoy, "Negotiated Possibilities." Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud, February 15, 2014.
Deborah Davidson, "Jennifer Moses-Hard Won." Kingston Blog Thinking About Art Out Loud, February 14, 2014.