Exuberant, colourful and vibrant, Maggie Jennings’ work celebrates the energy and intensity of natural life.

Her gaze is direct and intimate, producing strong sensuous images that glow, breathe and proclaim their existence with a sense of certainty and pleasure.

She is a painter and a skilled printmaker, using and teaching most printmaking techniques. Spontaneous, gestural mono-screenprints in acrylic on paper form her early work, telling stories of her travels, and producing large bold images of flowers and birds.

Working from her studio in her inspirational rampant London garden, Maggie’s current work consists mainly of paintings in water-based media of closely observed nature and, as a year round swimmer, of wildlife around the water’s edge.

Born in the UK, Maggie Jennings completed her Masters in Fine Art Printmaking at Chelsea School of Art, London, and has held residencies in the UK and overseas. She exhibits and gives masterclasses both nationally and internationally. Her commissioned book Fine Art Screenprinting was published in 2015.


Full Bloom White Poppy
Full Bloom White Poppy