Jenny Good grew up in Indiana, moving on to New York in her twenties, and finally settling in central Texas for the past 18 years. Growing up in an art and music focused college town introduced Jenny to a diverse art world beyond her native farmlands. This fueled her own artistic expression and allowed for creative freedom through the years.
Now settled in Texas with her husband of 22 years and their daughter, Jenny has found peace and inspiration in the southwest landscape of big skies, roadrunners, and warm zephyr winds.
Jenny loves creating natural vignettes from objects found on nature walks: feathers, rocks, twine, dried grasses...and the list goes on. This love of contrasting objects will be the focus of future work, beginning with her antique map collages featured on her website, and growing into more structured 3d creations in the near future.
Stay tuned in as she releases new art here at jennygoodart.com.
I am a treasure hunter at heart, and my art is a reflection of my love of old resources introduced into something new and fresh. My paper dreamscapes combine my original art with carefully selected vintage and antique ephemera to create something one of a kind.