Artist: Brenda Morris Jarrett Sample Work:
Brenda Morris Jarrett was born and raised on a dairy farm in central Indiana, but has lived in Michigan, California, and Mississippi. She has a college degree from Indiana University in Medical Technology. She has taken a few classes in jewelry and photography over the years and has done both as a hobby. She started selling her jewelry in 2002 and has taught classes at Hobby Lobby, in homes in central Indiana, and recently at Pendleton Artists Society. Her original jewelry designs have been published in international catalogs, national/international jewelry magazines, and national jewelry books since 2006. She started doing more photography in 2010 and won The People’s Choice Award in a Roche photography contest. She had a one woman display of 33 photo art prints at the Greenfield, Indiana Chamber of Commerce in Jan/Feb 2013. She has shown her photos in several juried art shows in central Indiana since 2013. One of her art photos printed on wood was bought by Minnetrista Art Center in Muncie, IN for their permanent collection. Her black and white close up of a sunflower won Best of Show in nature category at the 2017 INFOCUS show at Anderson Art Center. Her photo art prints and jewelry can be found on her website at and at Gallery 119 in downtown Pendleton, IN. She has recently delved into mixed media using resin, acrylics, wood, paper, and encaustic wax. Her photo art prints/cards/jewelry have been sold all over the United States and in Canada, Japan, Australia, Denmark, and South America.

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