As the Porto Vista Hotel’s featured artist through the month of November, my work is displayed throughout the lobby and first floor of the hotel. This work is presented in conjunction with 1805 Gallery.
Photo credit: 1805 Gallery
Save the date for the La Jolla Athenaeum Music and Arts Library's annual juried exhibition! My painting Midsummer will be featured, along with work by a selection of other talented artists. This yearly show at La Jolla's premier music and arts library is not to be missed!
I am pleased to announce that I will be the featured artist at Tend Living & Dutch for the months of July and August. This jewel-box of a shop is showcasing my newest large-scale painting Guides and Travelers, my Ocean Art Project prints, and a collection of digital drawings titled Memos From Psyche that I created especially for the store. These prints are available for purchase in store or online at adutchlife.com. We will celebrate the collaboration during the South Park Walkabout this Saturday, July 22nd from 6-10 pm. I will be in store creating custom mini Memos From Psyche drawings for visitors. Stop by and say hello!
TASTE AND VISION - An artistic and culinary journey
*Final date TBA
Art and food. What could be better? This very special half-day class is an exploration of personal creativity and a celebration of culinary adventure.
Led by professional artist Jenessa Goodman, we will discuss our creative paths and processes, talk about how to get out of creative "ruts" and deepen our own artistic practices. Jenessa will teach a series of unique exercises designed to expand and broaden the mind's creative scope. Class will include snacks, dialogue, drawing, and painting with gouache. After the art instruction, we will enjoy a delicious and healthy lunch catered by award-winning, Cordon Bleu certified local chef Lauren Wilkenson of Groove Food. Recipes will be provided! This class is intended for artists of all skill levels. The only requirement is a willingness to explore creative practice.
An evening of art, food, and culture at Lux Art Institute! A distinguished panel discussion titled "Will San Diego Ever Become a Great Art City?" hosted by Zócalo Public Square kicks off the night. Afterwards, view my new large-scale paintings and enjoy complimentary drinks and lights refreshments by Le Cordon Bleu chef Lauren Wilkinson. Valet parking is free for this event.
5 - 6pm: Panel discussion with artist Jenessa Goodman, museum and urban planner Priya Sircar, Ship in The Woods curator Lianne Mueller and City of San Diego Senior Public Art Manager Christine Jones. Moderated by Kinsee Morlan.
6 - 8pm: Opening Reception party for Jenessa Goodman's new paintings in the Linda Forno Brandeis Gallery of Lux Art Institute's Education Pavilion. Beer, wine, soft drinks and hors d'oevres will be served.
For more information about Zócalo and the panel, click below:
Please join me for an evening of art, fashion, and a vintage Airstream at Kit & Ace! This pop-up shop will be featuring The Blacks Sticks Series prints available for sale through the end of March.
Celebrate peace and hope with Lululemon! The Peace Poster Project will be featured in-store at Lululemon Temecula for the month of February in honor of their anniversary. Posters will be for sale at specific events - stay tuned!
About The Peace Poster Project:
Jenessa Goodman founded The Peace Poster Project in 2016 as a fundraising effort to benefit charitable causes. She creates simple, original posters with a signature screen-printed peace sign in the middle. All proceeds from the sale of these posters go to Migrant Offshore Aid Station, a charity organization that provides search and rescue aid for migrants in distress at sea. Their fleet of vessels patrol the waters of The Mediterranean, Aegean and Andaman Seas to prevent death at sea. The posters are currently available for purchase through Instagram handle @peace_poster_project or by contacting Jenessa directly through the contact page of this site. For more information about MOAS, please visit their website at www.moas.eu/about/