Jennifer Linton

Jennifer Linton a combination of glass, drawing, paint and mixed media (cigarette wrappers and other things), Linton constructs images of a religious nature combined with a quirky look at sexuality. Using herself as the model frequently, Linton uses humour to poke fun at a particular idea
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Jennifer Linton, "H is for Hunger" from the book "My Alphabet of Anxieties & Desires" (pub. 2010), coloured pencil on illustration board.

Jennifer Linton, "H is for Hunger" from the book "My Alphabet of Anxieties Desires" (pub. coloured pencil on illustration board.

Jennifer Linton. Catholic Girls. Mixed Media. 2005. Contemporary Canadian born artist living in Toronto.

Jennifer Linton (Canadian artist) used glass, mixed media like cigarette wrappers to poke fun of an idea

"Me & My Doll (after Frida Kahlo)", 2004 by Jennifer Linton. Coloured pencil, drawing ink, thread, composition leaf on Mylar.

"Me & My Doll (after Frida Kahlo)", 2004 by Jennifer Linton. Coloured pencil, drawing ink, thread, composition leaf on Mylar.

Jennifer Linton, "The Disobedient Dollhouse", 2009-10. lithographs, digital prints, paper, wood, paint, insect pins.

Jennifer Linton, "The Disobedient Dollhouse", 2009-10. lithographs, digital prints, paper, wood, paint, insect pins.

Jennifer Linton, "Y is for Yearning" from the book "My Alphabet of Anxieties & Desires" (pub. 2010), coloured pencil on illustration board.

Jennifer Linton, "Y is for Yearning" from the book "My Alphabet of Anxieties & Desires" (pub. coloured pencil on illustration board.

St Ursula and the Gorgon's Head : 2002,

Jennifer Linton - St Ursula and the Gorgons head- 2002

“Doppelgänger” (2012) Jennifer Linton

“Doppelgänger,” by Jennifer Linton. x shadow box with lithographs.

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An Overview of Feminist Artists of the Century - The Art History Archive - Jennifer Linton

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