Jenny Price is a British contemporary painter who lives and works in London. She trained in textiles and printmaking at Camberwell School of Arts. Price creates abstracted landscapes inspired by the world around her.
In her work, Price translates emotions, stories and feelings into an abstracted landscape. For example, her series Faultlines explores both faults in the landscape and in each individual or community, and the resulting effect. Price is also inspired by living near the Thames and its tidal motions, and the impact our surroundings can have on our emotions.
Price paints with acrylic and incorporates weaves into her paintings. She creates open weaves on a loom, carefully choosing the yarn to represent the mood and subject of each painting. Price mixes grains and salts with the paint, to create a variety of textures that represent the landscape. She carefully chooses her colours to reflect not just the landscape but the emotions she explores.
Price has exhibited widely across the UK and overseas in France, and at the Red Cross Summer Exhibition in the Hague, Netherlands. She regularly exhibits at the Espacio Gallery in London and is a member of the collective Artists at Home in West London.