Jennifer Neel at the Frankfort Library

Artist Jennifer Neel featured in the Hubbard Gallery

“Four Seasons: Indiana Landscapes and Still-Life Paintings” features artwork by Indiana Artist Jennifer Neel. This exhibit will be on display in the Anna & Harlan Hubbard Gallery Feb. 16-March 30, 2022.

This exhibit is free and open to the public. Artwork will be for sale, and a portion of sales go to the Friends of the Frankfort Library.

Jennifer will teach an Oil Painting Class for teens and adults on Tues., March 22, 5:30-7:30 p.m. during Open Art Studio.  Beginners are welcome to join, and all supplies will be provided. The class costs $5 per person, and registration is required. Scholarships are available. Please email for more information. We will learn about color theory and how to work with oil paints. Each participant with create their own still-life painting.

Jennifer has participated in the Friends Annual Fine Art Exhibition & Sale, and we are excited to have her back for a solo exhibition in the Hubbard Gallery! She currently resides in her home state of Indiana. She graduated with her Masters of Fine Art from the Marchutz School of Fine Art in Aix-en-Provence, France. Her studies have taken her to Giverny, France and Venice, Italy where she painted plein-air landscapes. Jennifer has a connection to Frankfort, and the Frankfort Library— she is the niece of retired Children’s Librarian, Peggy Williams.

“A staple in my artistic practice is painting based from life, focusing on creating a cohesive painting out of what I see and feel before me. I attempt to see the world afresh so as not be confined by any one method of working. This allows me to take risks in my art and explore new realms of possibility and to reject forms of conventionality by which to paint, even those of my own creation.” –Jennifer Neel,

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