Jennie Tudor Gray
I am an Austin, TX based multi media artist, arts educator, and social justice activist who is passionate about using the arts and arts education as a method of social change.
I graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Studio Art and All Level Teaching certification from Texas State University-San Marcos. I also studied in the arts and metals program at Austin Community College and studied theatre arts and developmental psychology at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. I enjoy working in as many different media as possible and collaborating with others. Joseph Beuys' quote, "Teaching is my greatest work of art," has grown to have more meaning to me as I grow as an artist, teacher, and human.
Some examples of work from 2017 include experimental watercolor techniques inspired by galaxies, Super 8 experimental filmmaking, double exposure photography, community murals, digital photography, experimental darkroom photography, pinhole cameras, and stop motion animation.
In 2018, I have begun learning more about robotic art, coding, digital collage and glitch art, interactive light art, and 3D printing as I continually am curious about improving my practice and making greater intersectional connections across media, disciplines, and communities. My work has always had a slant toward the importance of ecology and preservation, and has become increasingly more about socio-economic and political issues and the power of how art can affect social change.
Commissions accepted in a variety of media.
Find me on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @jennietudorgray for current updates.
Prints and products available on my Society6 shop