Jenn Robeson's art bridges multiple mediums; photography, clay sculpture and lots and lots of crafts.
Jenn was a participant in 100 days, a creativity project that required one daily artistic output for nearly four months. Bite-sized clay - 100 days of tiny clay food stuff was her contribution to the movement. Using her love of photography to stage, style and document each day’s delicacy was for her, part of the exercise and the photographs are as much a part of the body of work as the pieces themselves.
Thrilled to be part of the 2017 Terroir Symposium, Jenn will be exhibiting new scrumptious sculptural works with a Canadian cuisine focus. Plasticine poutine never looked so good.