JENNI MUMFORD b. 1949
An award winning artist with a career in creative art spanning over thirty five years.
Jenni Mumford grew up as the eldest child in a close knit family that continually travelled and moved from coastal town to inland rural settings in South Australia. The senses of country life as a young teenager were to be indelibly planted in her psyche and later play a defining role in her maturing as an artist. She would come to intuitively use Mother Nature as the preferred source of subject matter in sophisticated , versatile compositions that command attention with their use of explosive colour.
A progressive oil painter, Jenni Mumford has produced regular solo exhibitions in leading galleries in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide and participated in over 50 group exhibitions .
Work is represented in private collections in London, France, New York, New Zealand and Australia.
Books and online publishing.
Jenni has been in several publications, and in print for Limited Editions, Eastbourne Fine Arts, Victoria.
2008 Fleurieu Peninsula Biennale Art Prize in Australian Landscape (Australia’s richest Prize for Landscape)
FINALIST in Fleurieu Vista Prize and FINALIST in Fleurieu Water Prize Ι
Heysen Prize in Australian Landscape – FINALIST in the Major Section
2009- FINALIST Heysen Prize in Australian Landscape, Hahndorf Academy Gallery
2010- OVERALL WINNER CORPORATE PRIZE Best of Show- Victor Harbor National Art Show
2011 Nora Hysen Centenary Art Prize for still Life.
2012 Winner McLaren Vale Harvest Festival
Jenni has donated her time and resources to several charities, teaching art and astrology for people…Read More
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A progressive oil painter, Jenni Mumford has produced regular solo exhibitions in leading galleries in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide and participated in over 50 group exhibitions . …Read More
Early formal study in art forms was undertaken at North Adelaide school of Art. Jenni was later to study for four years with Leonid Vasin, Professor of Fine Art and multi Moran finalist.