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Jennifer's Farm


Growing up on a ‘dead end’ road in the country; Northwest Ohio-native
artist, Jennifer Sowders, grew up spending a lot of time studying nature
and it’s indelible thread is noted within her body of work.

A 1994 BFA graduate from the Columbus College of Art and Design, she
is a Signature member and Trustee in the Ohio Watercolor Society,
Signature Kentucky Watercolor Society, Associate of: Allied Artists, The National Watercolor, American Impressionist, American Watercolor and National Oil & Acrylic Painters' Societies.

New to acrylic landscapes as of 2021, she debuted with an honorable
mention in AcrylicWorks 9 : The Best of Acrylic and has since been a
finalist in issues 10 and 11. She is also an avid watercolorist, having 2 pieces in the Ohio Arts Council collection.

Her most recent accomplishments have been in receiving 2nd place in
the landscape division of the Artists Magazine’s 40th Annual, and Grand
Prize in International Artist magazine's challenge #141 Landscapes .
She is currently represented by the Toledo Museum of Art’s Collector
Corner and Marcia Evans Gallery (Columbus, OH) --is actively welcoming further representation as well: 

Jennifer opens up her Fostoria, Ohio studio and gallery space: MONgallery and Art Studio, every MONday to visitors. She coined “MON” to represent “Middle Of Nowhere” because of her rural location where she lives with husband, Gary and has 3 sons.