Jenny Brock – Artist

Open Art Exhibition 2018 Video

The video of the virtual gallery from Open Art Exhibition 2018, in which I recently participated, is now up on YouTube and on the Cura10n website here:

This year’s gallery took place in the Sea of Tranquility on the moon!

In other news, I am currently working on a project in Bath, helping to make a series of large sustainable Christmas decorations which are made from recycled plastic. I will make a proper post about it in a few days’ time, but here are a couple of snapshots to be getting on with…!

Open Art Exhibition 2018 Coming Soon…

Coming soon… I am being featured in the annual Open Art exhibition in London for the second year in a row. Stay tuned for details!


Photos from The Orchard Lounge

Some of my originals and mini-prints are currently on display at The Orchard Lounge in Trowbridge until Tuesday 16th October. There is a total of thirteen, but here are photos of some:

Featured at The Orchard Lounge, Trowbridge

Just a quick announcement to say that, from the 18th September for a month, I am going to have some of my paintings and mini prints displayed at The Orchard Lounge cafe in Trowbridge!

“Vistas” Photos

My second solo exhibition, “Vistas”, is now over! I had a very enjoyable week invigilating and chatting to people who visited – The Christmas Steps is quite a busy thoroughfare and I got a lot of interest.

Here are the pictures I took of the set-up, so that people who couldn’t make it in real life can still have a look:

I’m not 100% sure what I’ll be up to next (but that’s what keeps life interesting, right!), but there are a couple of new group exhibitions probably on the horizon, which I will of course write about when the time comes… For now, I will be working, saving and making new paintings whenever possible, ready for the next opportunity.

“Vistas” Exhibition Ready to Open!

My second solo exhibition is all set up and ready for opening tomorrow morning! Open 21st – 25th August daily 11am – 6pm. The private view is also happening tomorrow 6 – 8pm.

Here are some snapshots as a little preview:

Please come along if you can: Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol BS1 5BS. There are lots of new paintings, as well as some familiar ones from my last exhibition, in a new location…

Looking forward to tomorrow!

Posters and Gallery Page


My new posters arrived today – here are all the details for “Vistas” next month! Also, the Christmas Steps gallery has added my exhibition to their website here:

It will also be appearing on some other sites, such as Art Rabbit, and hopefully some posters in the local area…

“Vistas” – New Upcoming Exhibition!

I am very pleased to announce that I have a second solo art exhibition – “Vistas” – coming up in August at the Christmas Steps Gallery in central Bristol! I will be posting more about it very soon. For now, the opening times and address are:

  • 21st – 25th August 2018 11am – 6pm daily
  • Christmas Steps Gallery, 11 Christmas Steps, Bristol BS1 5BS

map to gallery

Here is the public event page on Facebook:

Exploring new techniques!

Hello everyone, I wanted to write a little update about some new techniques on which I’ve been concentrating recently. I’ve been very busy since finishing my exhibition, creating new work and exploring slightly new processes.

I have used elements of acrylic pouring in my work before, but haven’t studied its techniques properly until now. And I can honestly say it’s the most fun I have ever had making work!

(All the pictures shown in this post are available as either originals or prints – have a look at my artwork galleries for details.)

Serendipity #1
Serendipity #1 2018 Acrylic and iridescent medium on canvas 14 x 18 inches £289 for original (already gallery-wrapped ready for display)

I have been watching many art videos on YouTube to learn more about acrylic pouring. In essence, it requires a selection of acrylic paints, a pouring medium such as Floetrol which preferably adds some cells, and water mixed in a cup and poured over the canvas in various movements, often tilting the canvas so that the colours combine and create infinite different patterns.

Sunset 2018 Acrylic on canvas 24 x 30 inches £489 for original (already gallery-wrapped ready for display)

I have bought myself some more cups, paints, a big tub of Floetrol, and lots of giant painting sticks, so that I have been able to start this pouring process properly.

As you can see, I like to put my own spin on these poured paintings by adding elements of detail to make them into various abstract landscapes (seeing as that is where my brain always goes!)

Aurora 2018 Acrylic on canvas 9 x 12 inches £189 for original (already gallery-wrapped ready for display)

More new pieces are on their way soon – keep an eye on my artwork galleries!

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