Jennifer Jennsel

 

 Jennifer Jennsel in Hidalgo, Mexico, Foto: Willi Büsing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
Jennifer Jennsel, México city, 1970.

From the very first years of her life, Jennifer Jennsel had the chance to have direct contact with the world of art through the paintings from her father, the surrealist painter José Luis Ruissó, but beyond this, Jennifer Jennsel has created and developed her own style of painting through surrealism and fantasy art and also simbolism...Mostly of her works are made on oil paintings and pencil drawings, but indeed she is also very happy to work sometimes other techniques like watercolor, pastel or acryl...The subjects of her works mostly are women, mythology, poetry, fantasy , and her own simbolyc interpretation for all those experiences that touch deep her soul and her beliefs...

Jennifer Jennsel has participated in many exhibitions in México and recently also in Germany.

Actually she shares the art space "Corazón verde Atelier" together with her husband, the expresionist painter Willi Büsing.