Jennifer Campbell  |  Fibers

Jennifer can usually be found elbow-deep in watercolor paint or tangled up in a string of nautical bunting. In her tiny studio, she works to produce quality, hand-made artwork that will fit perfectly in your home. She creates watercolor paintings, prints, fabric yeti and animal figures, decorative bunting and more!

Jennifer is an artist originally from the United Kingdom now living and working in Central Phoenix. She studied art in Intermedia at Arizona State University. Since receiving her bachelor's degree, she has produced countless pieces of artwork featured in several exhibitions around Arizona, including Practical Art and Modified Arts. Besides arts and crafts, Jennifer also published two books. Her first was a collaboration with curator Catherine Akins, aptly titled A Field Guide to Contemporary Art in Phoenix. It serves as a handbook for local art in Phoenix and surrounding areas, exploring new media and conceptual themes. Working with local author Troy Harris, she also illustrates the children's book Yeti Leaves Home.

When she's not working on her art, Jennifer coordinates events at Pyle Center for Recreation. She lives happily in a 1950's pink and turquoise home with Troy Harris and their lovely dog Watson.