Jennifer Morey Cunningham.
Jennifer Cunningham moved to Los Angeles from Boston, fell in love with the city and started painting watercolors of the local landmarks and icons. Wanting to show others the wonder of painting outdoors she started “On Location Painting” classes. “En plein air” (open air) painting was started by the impressionists in the late 1800’s. “Downtown is the new Paris”! It is exhilerating to respond to what you see with colors and gestures. In her watercolor classes Jennifer teaches her students how to be inspired by their surroundings. An interest grew for classes where alcohol released peoples inhibitions. With “Wine and Watercolors”, she goes to home parties and makes “Creativity” the entertainment. Cunningham is a front runner in her aproach to allowing expression to release joy and happiness. Come to her classes at Los Angeles’ landmarks…Venice Canals, Santa Monica Pier, Malibu Pier, Venice Boardwalk, Pacific Coast Hwy, Angels Flight, Olvera Street, Chinatown, Beverly Hills and Marina del Rey.
Renowned watercolorist Jennifer Cunningham has taken an artist’s look at the City…capturing the City of Angels in all of its glory…from its sunsets and ocean waves to its shimmering mountains and iconic architecture. Jennifer Cunningham sees Los Angeles with an eye to its beauty and its amazing history. She gives us all an L.A. to remember!
Latest Commissioned works
The Omni Hotel
Kathy Faulk, former General Manager at The Omni Hotel contracted Jennifer to install four large prints in their Grand Cafe. Posters and prints of her work are for sale in the gift shop.
The Fashion Institute of Design
The Fashion Institute of Design sells her note cards and commissioned Jennifer for a watercolor image of their iconic main campus building.The President of FIDM bought the "copyrights" and is looking forward to using it as a major promotional piece..
The City Club
Additionally she was the signature artist for the City Club which included their trademark marketing image on a wide variety of special promotional items. As well as Angel City Press agreeing to publish a coffee table book that will feature all of Cunningham’s Los Angeles Landmarks.