217. JR Rapier

Acrylic on canvas

I play with entities and adornment that depict a story. I celebrate the creation process by tapping into an emotional and spiritual presence within. I'm inspired to interpret my experiences with the land, my dreams, and emotional settings on canvas. I am one of seven artists in "Magnificence of Seven" — Showcasing 7 Austin Artists at Art for the People.

Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

1711 S 1st St

jenniferrapier@gmail.comjrrapier.com

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  • 209. Magnificence of Seven

    Acrylic, brass, carbon steel, encaustic, graphite, oil, pencil, scratchboard, watercolor

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 210. Scott Wilkes

    Steel

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 211. Connor Teseny

    Scratchboard, ink, colored pencil, copper plate, lino block

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 212. Janis Fowler

    Gouache, oil, resin

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 213. Evan Runyon

    Acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, graphite, ink

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 214. Carla Yeatts

    Polymer clay, paper clay, acrylic paints/inks, fabrics

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 215. Bryan Macilko

    Encaustic

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 216. Katie Ryan Donohue

    Acrylic, watercolor, guache, on paper, canvas, and wood

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

  • 218. Art From The Streets

    Acrylic on paper, canvas and wood

    Exhibition • Art for the People Gallery

    1711 S 1st St

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