The art center is happy to welcome South Haven graphic designer Jennifer Sistrunk to the 2020 Mistletoe Market Virtual Artist & Artisan Gallery.
Jen shares the beauty of South Haven and the local community through her art—she says that it's not just her hobby, but her passion. This passion for the arts took Jen to the Harrington College of Design in Chicago, and then she returned to Michigan to promote all there is to offer in South Haven and surrounding areas through her artwork for travel guides, community guides, magazines, newspapers, websites, billboards, materials for local businesses and non-profits, and many other local print and online publications.
As a special treat this year, Jen has designed a series of postcards called 12 Days of Encourage Mint to inject a little love and fun into what may likely be a very different holiday season. As part of your purchase she will send one postcard to family and friends for twelve consecutive days! The cards are also available as a set.
Jen also designs digital portraits of people and pets. She begins with a concept, then sketches her idea and uploads the image to her computer to continue her creative process. As Jen puts it, "I use my computer as a paintbrush." She will digitally render in her unique way a photo of your choice and your gift will arrive matted and framed.
Join South Haven Center for the Arts' Executive Director Kerry Hagy as she visits with Jen.
Visit Jen at jennifersistrunk.com to purchase her art for someone on your gift list. Order Jen's 12 Days of Encourage Mint postcards today on Jen's Facebook page @JenniferSistrunkDesigns, or contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. A little encouragement goes a long way!
Happy shopping and happy holidays!
The South Haven Center for the Arts thanks Carol for her contribution to the 2020 Mistletoe Market Virtual Artist & Artisan Gallery, and for helping the art center continue to further its mission of enriching our community through the arts.
The 2020 Mistletoe Market Artist & Artisan Gallery was made possible by the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts, and sponsored by South Haven’s Hardt Insurance and the Edward Jones Office of Paul Hix.