Jennifer Myerscough makes still landscapes, which are photos that she folds to make objects. She uses these as models for her paintings. The paintings are multiple representations of space - the space of the objects and the space in the images that the objects are made out of.
While working, Jennifer is interested in using paint the way only paint can be used. She is not interested in any certain style of painting, but in the full vocabulary of the material. A painting is finished when it feels like it is its own world. Whether or not these paintings express the same world, as a group they talk about each other. Her goal is to make paintings that are read slowly - that demand time from a viewer, with as many layers of recognition as possible.