Landscapes by Jen Nazzaro

Hummock by Jen Nazzaro

Hummock by Jen Nazzaro

Jen Nazzaro is a Boston-area artist whose work is moody and almost abstract, yet distinctly references the New England shoreline. By limiting herself to the black and white tones of charcoal and graphite, Jen focuses on the ambient interplay of light and shadow.

Headlands (West) by Jen Nazzaro

Headlands (West) by Jen Nazzaro

There Are Many Days by Jen Nazzaro

There Are Many Days by Jen Nazzaro

Heaps Disruption by Jen Nazzaro

Heaps Disruption by Jen Nazzaro

The Flying Dutchman by Jen Nazzaro

The Flying Dutchman by Jen Nazzaro

The Company by Jen Nazzaro

The Company by Jen Nazzaro

At te end of the summer, Jen is moving from Malden, MA to Aspen, CO, and she is selling many of her works for $100. We just got ours in the mail a couple of days ago — High Water from the 2006 Petitioning series. If you’re interested in purchasing her work, I can put you in touch with Jen.

High Water by Jen Nazzaro

High Water by Jen Nazzaro

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6 thoughts on “Landscapes by Jen Nazzaro

  1. I’m pretty sure that Jen’s reference is the New England coast, but yeah… Her paintings are much richer and more textured than they appear in the photos; they really seem to capture the kind of moody, misty ambiance you mention.

  2. What bland, lifeless work. I am sorry but I just do not see the appeal here. It looks like a child’s scribbles. This is not talent……………..

  3. We can agree to disagree. Jen’s work is best appreciated in person. In these photos, you can’t really see the full range of subtle tones and textures. You don’t have to like it; there’s plenty of other art out in the world for your perusal.

  4. I’ve seen it in person, I went to school with her and have been to shows she has been in since. Nothing personal against her at all but I do not see how anyone can call her scrawls art. I see no real effort nor skill and dont know how someone could call this “artwork”. The only people I know of who do are her friends, and a couple other randoms.

    We can agree to disagree.

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