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As a young artist, Jenna strives to bring vitality and a sense of freshness into each piece. "I do this by combining traditional pattinas with sculptures filled with life and presence. In this manner I consciously strive to capture a moment, gesture or feeling that is immediately relatable".
When sculpting, she says she considers the three most important processes to be "capturing, interpreting and representing".
Most of her sculptures are created on commission, and have a focus on nature, although she also creates figurative pieces and portraits. Through either live sittings or photographs, she interprets the subject in a way that she considers will be most "beautifully and accurately portrayed in the final bronze piece".
She is able to convey the character and emotion of a subject by sculpting in clay, with the aim that her pieces are instantly recognisable.
She says: "Through my sculpture I hope to captivate and engage the viewer by allowing them to relate to the realism and personal nature that my finished pieces project". This stage - representation - is the ultimate and of utmost importance.