Jennifer GalvinVisual Arts



Jennifer Galvin
11 Hope Rd., 111-257
Stafford, VA, 22554



Stafford based artist Jennifer Galvin is an experienced teaching artist with all age levels, from kindergarten through adult populations. Jennifer has taught art at the elementary and high school level in printmaking, papermaking, and painting. She has also taught children and adults in community settings. Jennifer also enjoys teaching classes that are community art projects where adults and children work together to create a community art project. Currently, Jennifer creates pulp paintings using recycled t-shirts, jeans, and plant fiber to make her paintings. In addition to working with papermaking, Jennifer is skilled in mixed media art, printmaking, and poetry. She enjoys collaborating with teachers to integrate art into the curriculum to give students another dimension to their learning through art.

Educational Background/Training

BS in Art, Graphic Design Emphasis
Continuing Education/Professional Development: Printmaking, Papermaking, Bookbinding


$35-60/hour, Daily: $280-$600, depending on number of activities and length of residency.


K-Adult, Schools, Cultural & Community Centers, Municipal Recreation and Arts Programs, Art Galleries and Organizations



Educational Programs

Each of these workshops can be modified for the age/audience. Curriculum development can also be custom fit to dovetail in with classroom curriculum, so that there is content specific programming, so the finished art will tie in with what the students are learning in other areas.

“Papermaking” – Participants will learn a little about the history of paper and then use recycled material to make their own paper.

“Printmaking” – Learn how a print is made, make a printing plate, ink them up and make a print. This can be done in conjunction with papermaking, so each participant is printing on their own paper if it is done as a multi-week class. Or, as a stand alone class printing on regular paper.

“Book Making from start to Finish” – Make paper to start, work on story, poetry, and lino-cuts to fill the books and then finally bind the books. This is a multi-week project.

“Community Pulp-Painting” – Participants “paint” a large screen with pulp.

“Paint like the Masters” – Monet, Kandinsky, Seurat, Van Gogh…This class is a multi-week class which focuses on participants learning about color and painting through learning about a master painter each week of the class and then painting a picture in the style of that master.

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