Jennifer Burton lives in a small rural town in Northern Vermont across the street from a river and down the road from a sugar shack. Her work draws on imagery from old photographs found in family albums, both her own and those of others. Figures are given a newfound life, a new dress size, or relocated from a living room to the beach. Her paintings can be found in houses, on book covers, and on one Starbucks mug.
Paintings are oil on board and small in size. Prints are available.
This is about her Grandma.