California artist, Jennifer Laurel Keller, finds her purpose by honoring her client’s stories though painting, nature, and mindfulness.
SACRAMENTO, CA, December 10, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — “I believe nature is a big part of the answer to our modern-day cares and worries. People want to connect to their stories and the land through real-world, in-person experiences.”
Jennifer Laurel Keller’s paintings are about the meaning behind the landscape and how it connects to her client’s stories. They’re more than pretty pictures. They hold the energy of the subject as a symbol of emotion. A redwood, for instance, is about growth and putting down deep roots. A mountain is about legacy, foundation, and vision. The ocean is about tranquility, vastness, and invigoration.
She asks people to think back on their fondest memory spent in nature. She will paint the specific landscape where it happened. It’s all about their personal connection to a place. Clients will commission landscapes of where they were married, engaged or where other profound milestones and memories happened.
She works with businesses to convey the emotion that they want to provide for their clients through natural symbolism and color. She has outfitted businesses, such as therapy offices and yoga studios, with calming nature scenes to put their visitors at ease.
Jennifer brings a twist to her landscapes through a saturated color palette and loose brushstrokes. “I paint the feeling of vibrant freedom that nature gives me.”
Also an instructor, Keller’s students learn to see the world through the eyes of an artist and use creativity to be in the moment. The lessons carry over to their lives both on and off of the canvas.
Jennifer also leads painting retreats, where students slow down and fully immerse themselves in blissful California locations.
I love to see collectors and students light up with beaming smiles and sparkling eyes as they experience the connection that art and nature can bring. It’s healing in this increasingly digital world. Nature is the stage, art is the play, but their soul is the main character.
Jennifer Laurel Keller is an artist and instructor living in Northern California.
Learn more: www.JenniferLaurelKeller.com
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