Jenny Walton
Critical Recognition of #thisiswhyimsingle
The reviews are in from #thisiswhyimsingle at Flashpoint Gallery

Bmore Art

Washington Post

East City Art

Washington City Paper

Women of an Uncertain Age features us and the exhibition in their podcast on dating in the modern era.

Upcoming Shows in the Fall of 2015
There's a lot going on in and out of the studio right now. I wanted to keep you up to date on what's going on and where you can see work. I'll by showing many of my remaining Singles Faire pieces at two shows coming up. I'm working on a lot of work for #thisiswhyimsingle in February with my brand new body of work Match/Enemy and working on a few other things. I hope you can make it out for a few of the shows below and certainly my artist talk with the DC Arts Center exhibition in January

Artist and Maker's Studios

These Go To Eleven
Friday, November 6, 2015 from 6:00 - 9:00 PM
11810 Parklawn Dr., Suite 210
Rockville, MD 20852

“These Go To Eleven” features the works of Hsin-Hsi Chen, Sherill Anne Gross, Jay Hendrick, Karen Hubacher, Zofie Lang, Matthew Langley, Kathryn McDonnell, Marie Ringwald, Gail Vollrath, Jenny Walton and Alice Whealin in Artists & Makers Studios’ two main galleries. Creating exceptional small work requires as much if not more effort than working in standard sizes. Every mark is amplified and leaves little room for error. The show’s title referencing This is Spinal Tap reinforces how the artists push our expectations within the confines of diminutive scale.

School 33 Art Center
Lotta Art Benefit
November 7th 6-10pm
1427 Light Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
a Benefit features a lottery-style drawing where patrons are guaranteed to leave with an original artwork valued at or above the cost of their ticket. Tickets are now on sale by visiting this website:

DCAC's Nano Gallery
Singles Faire: Intimate Gestures
November 6 - January 31, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, November 13 from 7-9 pm
Gallery Talk: Sunday, January 31, 2016 at 5 pm
2438 18th St. NW
Washington, DC 20009

Singles Faire is a body of work by artist Jenny Walton that repurposes instructional physical therapy diagrams to imagine narratives within attraction of the opposite sex. The figures in the works take on new meanings when attention is given to the subtle interplay between postures – what was once a neutered illustration becomes a situation of potential intimacy with the opposite sex. The added layer of ambiguity from implied non-verbal communication between subjects opens the works to multiple interpretations ranging from attraction to repulsion.

The small paintings in Singles Faire: Intimate Gestures were created on New York City, Washington, DC transit fare cards, and paper ephemera. These bits of paper intensify metaphors of passage and journey from their original intentions as fare cards to works that develop layered meanings in body langauge. A variety of techniques including media transfer, watercolor, and drawing were used to create these works into awkwardly humorous views into the lives of singles.

SAVE THE DATES!!! (More info to come)

Open Studios at DC Arts Studios
December 13th 12-5pm
My studio is always open by appointment

at Flashpoint Gallery
Opening February 19th, 2016

Other STUDIO doings:

--COMMISSIONS: I'm taking a limited number of commissions for the holiday season, if you are interested, please inquire as soon as possible.

--PRIVATE LESSONS: I am also taking on a limited number of private students in drawing, painting, and watercolor lessons.


Vermont Studio Center
I have been accepted into the internationally recognized residency program at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson Vermont for a month this coming summer!

Look for a brand new series of work to come out of this great and wonderful opportunity!