Jenna’s Artist Statement
Bethlehem artist, Jenna Gonzalez has been a self-supporting artist for the last 20 years. An abstract expressionist painter working in multimedia on canvas and glass, Jenna’s, work is held in corporate collections such as Sikorsky and in private collection across the country.
Jenna has 10+ years experience creating and facilitating therapeutic, expressive art workshops for groups and organizations, geared towards the specific needs of their clientele.
In her Bethlehem studio, Jenna offers a more personal creative art experience that helps clients of all ages connect to the creative-self they were not aware they had, and experience the healing power of creating.
An advocate for Domestic Violence Awareness and Sexual Assault prevention, Jenna runs innovative healing art programs in private session for victims and survivors of violence and/or assault.
As the founder of Make A Square, Make a Difference; art shows for fundraising, and I’m a little Square creative workshops, Jenna runs an annual I’m a little Square workshop donating all proceeds to domestic violence and sexual assault awareness and prevention.
As a Creativity Coach, she encourages people to find their creative selves, help them as they discover their unique style, develop it, and find a life in it. :
Jenna can be reached at the 550 Gallery and Studios at : 203.266.6995
or via email Jenna@550gallery.com