Jenna Lash is a Neo-pointillist cultural currency artist—a visual artist who comments on cultural identity by reinterpreting the images of domestic and international currency. By enhancing the iconography of money to inspire her art, Lash uses the familiar to inform the abstract.
Many of her large paintings range from 48" by 48," to 48" by 160," and convey their message through a painstaking application of built-up dotted color, as did Georges Seurat, and Paul Signac. Seeking to create beauty and light, Lash paints with oil or acrylic paint on canvas to build a subtle-colored luminous world and breathe rhythmic and patterned mindfulness into her work.
Lash has had fourteen solo shows in New York, and the New York metropolitan area during the last fifteen years, and participated in more than thirty juried exhibitions. Her art is held by collectors worldwide, including law and accounting firms, banks, corporations, foreign exchange and trading firms, and patrons of the arts. She holds a Master’s of Arts Degree from New York University, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Connecticut at Storrs, and studied at the American Academy of Rome and SUNY Purchase College.
Lash is a member of the Numismatic Society, and currently resides in downtown Manhattan, and works in her Chelsea, New York studio.
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