Laura Tryon Jennings
Jennings is an award winning nationally exhibited New England based artist. Her work captures intimate interior scenes surrounded by picturesque landscapes and coastal vistas -- evoking curiosity and subtle innuendo through a downward perspective, lush colors, and whispers of filtered light. Drawing from multiple art residencies in Provincetown, Jennings has an eye for incorporating environmental nuances that invite and transport the viewer into her world. Whether through interior, landscape, figurative, or still life portraits, Jennings' whimsical yet serious work combines modern and traditional approaches, with a personal twist, rendering simple and quiet images that belie lives and moments that are never quite still. Her work is among the collections of bestselling authors Mary Higgins Clark (family collection), Carol Higgins Clark, and Christina Baker Kline, Grammy award-winning singer Bruce Hornsby, news reporter Joan Lunden, and Harvard University. She is a Copley Artist at the Copley Society of Art. She will be in a group exhibit at the Provincetown Art Association Museum in June 2023. Recent TV interview on Chronicle: