Restlessness and uncertainty signify the enthralling art work of Jenna Andersen. Faceless figures, engulfed by means of plants local to her house state of Virginia, discover mysterious forests and yards. Ghosts peer statically over those areas, voyeurs to a odd and untouchable international, observing time cross and truth warp, their emotions and identities hidden at the back of a sheet. Other…
Jenna defined her duck tattoo:
“I were given this tattoo as a memorial piece for my very pricey pal, Adam Boley, who gave up the ghost in a automobile twist of fate final yr. I met Adam on the Vermont Studio Heart the place I had the privilege of additionally being offered to his pictures. This tattoo is in truth in line with one among my favourite of his items, which is a part of a bigger assortment that revolves across the weight of his circle of relatives custom of duck looking. The artist who did my tattoo (and perhaps the one artist I might accept as true with with such a very powerful and significant piece) is the extremely proficient Henric Nielsen (@hbnielsentattoo) (who has additionally completed majority of the paintings on my half-sleeve). I used to be fortunate sufficient to catch him in his non-public studio within the Decrease East Aspect sooner than he moved again to Sweden, the place he’s at the start from, to paintings at All Gold Tattoo (@allgoldtattoo).”
Jenna additionally sought after to show the rose, which was once inked through Mina Aoki (@minaaoki), when she was once apprenticing at Daredevil Tattoo (@daredeviltattoo) in NYC. Mina now works out of Mercy Tattoo (@mercyslc) in Salt Lake Town, UT.
Jenna additionally introduced up the next poem, which is an elegy she is “(nonetheless) making an attempt to put in writing for Adam.” She famous, “I don’t know if it is going to ever be completed. In some way, I don’t need it to be.”
Jenna Lynch lives in Astoria, New York and teaches at Fairleigh Dickinson College. Her paintings has been printed in Forklift, Ohio, Development Mag, The Westchester Overview, and others. Her chapbook, The Mouth of Which You Are, is coming near near this spring through Completing Line Press.
Due to Jenna for sharing her tattoos and poetry with us right here at the Tattooed Poets Undertaking on Desymbol!