Bio : Jenna Gearing
Jenna Gearing is one of a new generation of talented artists with a proven track record of portraiture and attention to detail. As a young artist, Jenna strives to bring vitality and a sense of freshness to each of her sculptures - her work embodying traditional sculpting skills and a dynamic modern approach to the finished casting, all the while aiming to capture the personality and character of her subjects.
Her love for nature has led her to focus mainly on creating wildlife and domestic animal sculptures. Over the last few years, however, Jenna has enjoyed sculpting both the human and animal form and discovering the stories that have to tell. She also specialises in depicting war veterans - her rendition of the First World War's Henry Allingham rests in the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, and her representation of the world renown pilot, Captain Eric Brown, was resident in the National Portrait Gallery in 2017. Other commissions include sculpture for the Royal Dragoon Guards and the Queens Gurkha Engineers.