Oct 20

Sundays in the Garden – with Jennifer Branham Black

Artist Jennifer Branham Black

Meet Jennifer, a self-admitted non-gardener who sees the beauty in all things gardening related.

We heart chickens!

We heart chickens!

"I love to paint things from the garden; I want to preserve their beauty for posterity. A local farm provides most of my veggie and flower subject matter, mainly because I kill everything I try to grow; only the hardiest plants will survive in my world. Chickens, cows and bunnies are also favorite subjects."



"Pickled" is the first in a series of paintings featuring the beautiful canning of Betty and Al Ulrich of NY state. Each of their jars is a work of art in itself.



"I have been drawing and painting since childhood." says Jennifer, "and have a degree from Florida State University in creative art. Light, drama and color are my priorities in a painting. My home and studio is in Charleston SC overlooking the marshes of the Ashley River."

See more of Jennifer's wonderful work on her website: Low Country Studio or find her on Facebook.



All photos of original work by Jennifer Branham Black were used with her permission.

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    Lois Merritt

    YAY! Lovely addition to your blog.
    Jen called me w/the news as I am In Atlanta (gorgeous here) and will be in Charleston on Wednesday. VERY exciting to have her highlighted by you. Thanks soooo much!
    One thing, her website is http://www.lowcountrystudio.com
    Computers are soooo pickey! and I’m on a friend’s computer and am not the sharpest crayon in the box in that department…
    There are many other wonderful painting on her website as well as wood turning by her husband, Charlie Black and artwork by one of her daughters, Carrie Black. Very talented family. Hardly seems fair! Thanks again, Lo ~

  2. Avatar of gj

    Thanks for pointing that out Lois- problem corrected! I’ve never seen it do that before, fortunately, and hope never again. Just love her work!

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