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Jennifer Yorke is an artist who makes installations, drawings, prints, photographs and books.   Jennifer's work is held in over a dozen public collections, including those of the California State University-Long Beach Art Museum; the Auckland Gallery of Art; the Art Gallery of New South Wales; and the Huntsville Museum of Art.  Her work is included in a recent book, Bill Fick and Beth Grabowski's Printmaking, a Complete Guide to Materials and Process (Laurence King).

Yorke has been an artist-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome; Anchor Graphics; the Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts; the Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences; the Jentel Artists Residency; MadroƱo Ranch: A Center for Writing, Art and the Environment; the Millay Colony; La Porte Peinte Centre pour les Arts; the Ragdale Foundation; the Ucross Foundation; the University of the West of England Centre for Fine Print Research; and the Vermont Studio Center.   Jennifer graduated from Carleton College cum laude and with Distinction (honors) in her Studio Art major, and holds an Master of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which she attended through a Graduate Trustee Fellowship.  Jennifer lives, works and gardens in Chicago with her husband Rob and dog Phoebe.

For more information download Jennifer's resume, or contact her at jennifer at jenniferyorkeartist dot com.