Color Your World: blog love

Friday is love is in da blog blog love day. I’d like to introduce Jennifer Nichole Wells and her phenomenal blog and various artistic and creative projects.

 

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 Night by Jennifer Nichole Wells.

Drop by her blog where she runs challenges such as One Word Photo Challenge and Color Your World. She posts her own projects, such as the fascinating: Headlights: “A series inspired by the reflection of light on fog, the nostalgia of rural scenery, film noir, mystery and the stills from episode 1 of the Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer.”

 

I’ve linked to an interview, Photographing Miniature Worlds: The Art of Jennifer Nichole Wells, she recently did with Cheri Lucas Rowlands for Discover.

And fēlan, a poetry and visual art zine, started by Jennifer. grey felan logo

These are just a few of Jennifer’s images. Please visit her site. Consider joining her challenges. Take a look at fēlan. Give Jennifer some blog love.

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“An introspective, introverted empath, full of anxiety and 90s kid nostalgia, Jennifer Nichole Wells creates images full of desolation, malcontent and longing by transforming her hand-built miniature tableaus through her camera lens. Her images draw influence from her midwestern roots and Florida youth.

Jennifer graduated from the University of North Florida in the Spring of 2013 with a Bachelors of Fine Art, concentration in Photography, and minors in Art History and Professional Education. She resides in Jacksonville, FL with her boyfriend and cat.

[Jennifer also publishes a poetry & visual arts zine – fēlan, hosts a weekly blog based photo challenge – One Word Photo Challenge, hosts a 4 month long daily blog challenge – Color your World, and is the creator of a randomized prompt generator – topicgenerator]

Using various materials, Jennifer Nichole Wells creates small-scale tableaus to be transformed through her camera lens (also referred to as miniature diorama photography). Her images serve as explorations of loneliness, depression, anxiety, nostalgia, hopelessness, and hope.”

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6 thoughts on “Color Your World: blog love

  1. Bee Halton February 13, 2016 / 4:24 am

    What a great blog. Thanks for the introduction. I am following and will find out more.

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    • taleweavering February 13, 2016 / 7:27 am

      Your miniature worlds are so fascinating, and the visuals exquisite. Seemed perfect to give your blog some blog love this week.

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