The Photography of Jennifer Jope

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It’s not what you look at,

it’s what you see.


My son Henry Dynamite! Yessssssss!

Happy Halloween indeedy!


handmade love

A lovely idea was offered up at the New Year by my Facebook friend and artist Melanie Park.  She invited 5 people to accept a handmade gift from her, the only expectation, that they in turn invite 5 people to receive the same from them (and so on) and they had one year to attend to this business. Well my patient darlings…finally! I have made good on that promise! (Procrastinate much? Who? Me?) I am not a terribly crafty sort, Pinterest mercilessly pokes at that sensitivity daily, but I was drawn to attempt these birds nest necklaces as mistakes might even improve them! I hope my recipients enjoy these handcrafted baubles. And I finally opened the gift from Melanie today (I didn’t feel right enjoying it until I had made good on my end) and it’s a colorful and delightful painting. Thank you Melanie for the gift of art and inspiration! I hope this tradition continues far and wide!




At the IMAGO Gallery
36 Market Street, Warren, RI

On View Friday, October 18 – Saturday, November 9 | 2013
Artist Reception October 25 | 2013

Selected works by:

Julia Bykowski
Karen Callan
John Dean
Dina Delia
Matthew Derezinski
Nikolai Fox
Deborah Hardt
Deb Hickey
Marc Jaffe
Jennifer Jope
Andrew Laverty
Robert Martin
Eileen McCarney Muldoon
Paul M. Murray
Cheyeon Park
Roi Tamkin

This year’s Juror is Victoria Crayhon. Crayhon is a Rhode Island photographer and Associate Professor of Photography at the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, where she has taught since 2000.

Sweet pea…apple of my eye…

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Warwick Museum of Art Summer Show



Recollection III – Jennifer Jope 2013 now at WMOA


“When the first baby laughed for the first time, its laugh broke into a thousand pieces, and they all went skipping about, and that was the beginning of fairies.”

― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

These photos of delightful fairies were shot at the Three Sisters Sanctuary. I’m grateful to have been introduced to this magical place! Artist Richard Richardson never disappoints in delighting all with his ever expanding collections!

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