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Jennifer Khoshbin Artist Biography & Statement
My work has taken two paths. One path centers around my own personal, private relationship to the power of the story, fable, or myth; a relationship that includes nostalgia and some unidentified ingredients I’ll never quite make sense of. I depict scenes or moments from larger stories that haven't yet been told. I work to vividly imagine the parts of a whole, perhaps incomplete stories are answers.
My second path is public-facing, public embracing. I have worked with bookshop owners, neighborhood committees, city counsels, and national institutions in public art collaborations. Whether it is a small quiet bench designed for comfort, or a large-scale refugee installation, the intent is always the same - commune with you the public for a moment or a lifetime.
Originally from Philadelphia, Jennifer Khoshbin (born 1968) studied Fine Arts and Sociology at the University of Texas, Austin, and the University of Kentucky. Khoshbin has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States, and her work has been featured in magazines that include Readymade, House Beautiful, Glamour, and Spaces, and in several art and craft books. She currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband and their two children.
Contemporary Resin Sculpture Art
The Flower Power Pose sculptures are a series of small totems created for an ongoing body of work by artist Jen Khoshbin - entitled The Sun Seekers. The Sun Seekers are a mythological group of people disoriented by modern life, who ultimately seek the warmth of the sun and eat flowers to stay alive.
This totem is now yours – a symbol to reconnect with the natural world as a form of healing and power. Place it in a sunny spot and let the light shine through.