Art by Jennifer Tazewell Mawby

"Beauty Mask" and "Maiko" by Jennifer Tazewell Mawby

"Sarah" and "Waif" by Jennifer Tazewell Mawby

April 3-30, 2021

On display and available for purchase. Please inquire at reception or email [email protected]

Jennifer Tazewell Mawby

Jennifer is a generous supporter of the Nikkei National Museum, donating art toward the Bloom art fundraisers in the past.

She has an interdisciplinary practice with an emphasis on painting. Her works are idiosyncratic and often humorous with pictorial worlds and narratives crafted from content gleaned from history and myth, and stolen from data science and social media. Mawby’s work has been published and exhibited in Canada, the U.S., Australia, and the U.K. Jennifer is a Director and a co-founder of Vantage Art Projects (Vancouver, BC).

Jennifer holds an honours Masters of Fine Art jointly awarded by OCA and University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in the U.K. She received her BA Classical Studies from the University of British Columbia, completed the Management Skills for Advanced Technology (MSAT) program at Simon Fraser University, and the Fine Art Techniques Certificate at Emily Carr University of Art and Design (both in Vancouver).

Since graduate school, she has participated in the Turps Banana painting program (2018-2020) (London, UK), studied with The Royal Drawing School (London, UK), and the The New Art School‘s mentorship program (London, UK). Jennifer is an enthusiastic member of the New York City Crit Club.