Jenny Brewster has been drawing since childhood. About 5 years ago, she got really serious about her passion. Born and raised in Spokane, WA, Brewster attended to Art classes at Gonzaga University and finished her junior year in Italy, acquiring a huge inspiration from the Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.
In 2000, Brewster came to live in San Diego, expanding her knowledge and network in the Art universe. This Saturday (9/10) she’ll bring all her skills and good vibes to Clique XXV.
Here is what she has to say about her work:
"I've always loved Art and was into it from a very young age, as far back as I can remember.
I don't recall what my first piece was, I was so young, but I do remember being fascinated with horses.
In Italy, I studied different artists and their styles. My favorite was Hundertwasser. His abstract style and bold colors really caught my eye, and that's what I wanted to do: "catch" people's eyes and their feelings.
I'm also in love with cities. They always have a "pulse"! Life is about maximizing that pulse, and the bold colors in life initiate feelings to compliment that pulse."
Brewster in her debuting exhibition will be doing a Live Painting art, this is an excellent opportunity for the art lovers to see a master piece coming alive.
Clique XXV brings the best names of the underground music scenario combined with art and good vibes.
Don't miss the opportunity of such experience, buy your tickets and Join The Movement.