Jennifer Claveau works with mixed media to explore the connection between visual art and music.
She uses watercolours, acrylics, collage and music meditation to bring her artistic vision to life.
Her visual art flows from the present moment,
moving into deep colourful depths and through music compositions and song lyrics,
making the invisible, visible.
She makes her own collage materials, often painting canvasses, deconstructing and rebuilding.
Jennifer grew up playing in the ravines of Toronto.
Her family roots are Metis, Northern Ontario and Newfoundland, South Conception Bay.
She considers herself a dual citizen of the city and the forest.
She spends half of her time in Toronto and the other half exploring forests and hiking
the trails of Lake Huron, Algonquin Park and The Kawartha Lakes.
She is inspired by landscapes, city scenes and social causes,
bringing all three together through visual art and music.
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