Jennifer Printz uses photography, printmaking, and drawing as differing means to observe her world and unifies them together to make poetic works that reflects on the structure of the universe. These beautiful creations have been exhibited widely including recent exhibitions at the Spartanburg Museum of Art, Chroma Gallery, and as far away as Portugal, Egypt, and Russia. Printz has completed artist residencies in Paris and Malta, both locations having a great influence on her current practice. Her work has been included in publications as diverse as Tricycle and the Carolina Review. In 2019, her studio practice was included in in-depth articles in “In Her Studio” and “Peripheral ARTeries”.
Printz’ scholarly output includes papers given at the SGC International, College Art Association, and Southeastern College Art conferences. The Norton Simon Museum included her essay “Print University” in Proof: The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California. Printz received a MFA from the University of Georgia. She has taught and lectured at institutions across the United States including workshops at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Printz has also been an active arts leader serving as president of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society and Vice President of External Affairs for SGC International and was awarded a NCAA Emerging Arts Administrators Fellowship.