Jennifer “Wren” Supak was born in Virginia Beach, VA. She is a two-dimensional artist working in painting because it is a physical and digital video and photography, depending on the project. She grew up in the US, Canada, Denmark, and England. Wren has earned both a Master in Fine Arts visual art and a Master in Human Rights on art’s role in peacemaking. She has delivered talks to diverse audiences on storytelling, art, and justice, including; the Nobel Peace Prize Forum and the College Art Association. Her work has been exhibited in The US, Hungary, Colombia, Art Basel Miami, Mini Video Art Festival in Budapest 2019, and around the US. Wren is the art gallery director at Northwest Florida State College.
Her art is represented by: AS|Artist Studios, NYC|Paris
To see work on view as of summer 2019:
Soft time University of Minnesota Physicians Mill City Clinic Gallery (across from the Guthrie Theater.) 901 South 2nd Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Exhibition: July 12, 2019- October 25, 2019. Hours: M-F 8-5, Saturday 8-12. Reception: September 12, 2019, 5:30-7:30pm. An exhibition of ten paintings, half of them new. Curated by Donna Bruni Cox.
First We Removed our Shoes, a painting on view since 2017 at the Tychman Shapiro Gallery, second-floor installation, in Sabes Jewish Community Center, Cedar Lake Road, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Originally commissioned/organized by the University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies Center, and curated by the Tychman Shapiro Gallery Art Director, Robyn Awend for a 2017 exhibition in [RE]Telling, Contemporary Responses to Artist Fritz Hirschberger with comments from Yad Vashem’s, then lead curator.
Body of Water, a digital painting, included in the Hungarian Mini Video Art Festival, and on view at MAMŰ Galéria, Damjanich u. 39, 1071, Budapest, Hungary. Curated by Beata Szechy, Director of Hungarian Multicultural Center, Budapest, Hungary. On view: Summer 2019
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