Description: "Alea iacta est" depicts our human community at the climax of our story line.
Dimensions: 40" x 60"
Materials used: Oil on linen
Jenny Richter - Bio Perhaps I chose to create paintings to transmit information because paintings can be oddly precise and vague at the same time. While a painting can pinpoint to a specific set of emotions or scenes it equally allows to be nonlinear; to be personal and generic simultaneously.
Throughout this portion of my life I chose and practice many occupations- artist, mother, craftsperson for construction and restoration, hypnotherapist and Akashic record reader. I know that I am here to observe and create. I am here to transcribe and upload. Therefor my most familiar state of being is solitude. To feel secluded is my most cherished and painful frequency.
I never experience a lack of ideas, only a lack of time. While I often don’t immediately understand everything about my 2D or 3D artwork- I can sort pretty swiftly through thoughts and ideas worth pursuing or not. From that perception I understand that ideas are not generated by me but through me.